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The 1984 Lhiettain
King Philip Regional School
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'As freshmen we have yet to walk.
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WE THE CLASS OF "1934"
DEDICATE THIS BOOK
Norman, you hove worked at King Philip for 16
years. You have graced us all with your great
sense of humor, dedication, ond caring, not only
for the school, but for the student body and
faculty as well. Your contagious, sincere, good
nature has spread its warm influence over all
who know you.
Every day the students walk into the building
and see that the debris that was left from the
day before is gone. Thanks to our hard working
Norman and his efficient crew. When it is time
again for plays or assemblies, the stage is always
clean and set up by Norman. "Splish-Splash" the
cafeteria floor gets a bath! Mop in hand, Norman
is there to clean up (you guessed it) FOOD FIGHT
leftovers. For this, we thank you, Norman, for
helping us have pride in our school.
Above all, you are our friend! We trust you with
our hearts, our love, and our great stories. You
are always there when we need you.
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Footsteps in the past .
In September of 1980, The Class of 1984 began their adventures at King Philip Regional High School. Most of us were a little nervous, but we
knew we'd make it because "We're the Class of 84I"
Our freshman year started off with style under the leadership of John Molloy- President, Lisa Geloran- Vice Preident, Donna Hartford- Secretary,
and Bill Wenzel- Treasurer. We were guided successfully by Miss Szczepaniak as our Class Advisor.
Working together as a class we were involved in fundraising events. Magazine sales, candy sales, and dances all contributed to our growing
Showing our Super Class Spirit we began working on our first Homecoming float at Jay Molly's. "Rocket Tears as KP Cheers" was headed by
our one and only "Dolly Raquel Monroe ". Although we did not defeat North Attleboro with our spirit and ability, we captured a victory with
our float. We knew we could do it together!
The Freshman-Sophomoe Semi Formal "The Rose", held at the King Philip Ballroom was a great sucess. The Freshmen were elegantly
represented by Kelly McKenna and Rita Preston.
As our Freshman year came to an end we knew we were growing and becoming better and better. We had hopes and dreams.
We began our Sophmore year with some changes in leadership. We had Fiona Graham- President, Ed Holmes- Vice President, Donna Hartford-
Secretary, and Jennifer King- Treasurer. Also Mrs. Negus joined Miss Szcepaniak as our Class Advisor.
With the use of Karen Pomfret's garage we once again began to build another awesome Homecoming float. Although we did not obtain a
victory we still kept our pride and spirit.
Our second Freshman-Sophomore Semi Formal, "We've Got Tonight", was held at The Red Snapper. It turned out to be a wonderful evening.
The Sophomores were beautifully represented by Queen Lorraine Petrosian and Court Paula Charron and Tracy Budd.
As Juniors we proved how awesome we really werel The Class of £4 had one year left to topi
Our Junior Class Officers were Beth Paulson- President, Ed Holmes- Vice President, Donna Hartford- Secretary, and Sally Andrews- Treasurer.
Once again Miss Sczcepaniak and Mrs. Negus helped to make our class successful. We were the BESTI
Playing the Mansfield Hornets at Homecoming, we built another terrific float. "Exterminate the hornets" was our slogan. It was built in Fiona
Graham's garage. Although we didn't win, we were proud of the job we did as a class.
Again working as a class we managed to pull off a victory at Class Competition Night. Our amazing volleyball team was victorious against
every class, with only one close game against the '83 Seniors.
Raising money was really easy. As a class we were involved in a carnation sale, dances, candy sales, and other fundraising events.
Our Junior-Senior Prom "Up Where We Belong", was a night to remember. It was held at the Sheraton Tara in Braintree. Kristy Bazaire and
Kelly Mullin represented the Juniors in the Queen's Court. Our first prom was a great success.
As the time passed we finally became SENIORS!!! We were the best yet!
Leading the class was Fred Gillis- President, Chris Hayden- Vice President, Donna Hartford- Secretary, and Sally Andrews- Treasurer. Miss
Sczcepaniak and Mrs. Negus had a lot of spirit so the Class of '84 kept them busy with wild and crazy ideas and events.
Jukka Olavi Anttoni Honkaniemi, an exchange student from Finland, joined the Class of '84.
Our Senior year was immediately started with Homecoming. Building enthusiastically at Ann Pfishner's house, we completed our Super Senior
Float. We played the Sharon Eagles and proudly displayed our float "KP Warriors are here with might to stop the Eagles in mid-flight!" The
game was tied and we lost the float competition but we still knew we were the best!!
The day was highlighted with Homecoming Queen Kirsten Hoist and her Court Donna Hartford and Kathy Demers
At our Thanksgiving Day Football Game in Franklin, Denise Myette and Sally Andrews represented our class.
We all enjoyed our successful Senior Supper and Junior-Senior Prom, which was held at the Sheraton Inn in Mansfield.
As we look back at the past four years with pride and satisfaction we must also keep our eyes on the future and the new paths we will
make in our Footsteps in Time.
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Footsteps in the future .
And now for the six o'clock news - December 13, 2003 ....
In our top story tonight, Cubon foctor workers continue their ottock on Doytono Beach. Guerilla leader Sean Slattery, known to the Cubans as "El
Extrano," leads the rebellion with the cry, "EL Extrano para dictador de America!" Defeated President Fred "the boss" Gillis has sent armed troops to
suppress the rebellion claiming, "We must make the beach safe for Democracy. Besides, the only girls that go to the beach now wear combat boots and
carry rifles." Brigadier General Deth Paulson, angered by this statement, has taken a band of followers consisting of Pennsylvania State Senator William
Weir, daycare owner Laura McCracken, New England Patriot Carl Nobels, dental hygenist Maria Arado and Union Leader Ken Starefos, and convinced
Philadelphia to secede from the union. President elect Jukka Olavi Anttoni Honkaniemi's only comment was, "Who cares Philadelphia's no good for
anything anyway." Don Guido Ricardo "Godfather" Leveroni objects to this claiming he gets all his best drugs there.
Back on the Dayfona shoreline the only fatality reported so far has been the death of beachcomber Rita Preston, who accidentally blew herself up when
she picked up a live grenade.
And now our own WBZ reporter, All American Boy Larry Skip Rausch is here with a live report.
Naval Officer Kyle Stockwell has the beach surrounded with 21 destroyers and 3 torpedo submarines. A trying battle ensued when a company of Cuban
soldiers swam out to one of the ships and attacked Capt. William Golding with a barrage of ashtrys and bic lighters. A daring rescue was made by
Corporal, soon-to-be-Major, John Ellis when he singlehandedly and bravely fought off the company assault. Corp. Ellis suffered minor injuries but according
to naval doctor Regina Pettis and R.N. Lorraine Petrosian, "He's doing just fine."
On the Marine front the "few and the proud" are taking a severe beating. Marine Commander Douglas "McArthur" Carson has led his squad of militants
across the beach in a daring attempt to save "Dawn and Serena's Taco and Burger Barn" owned by Dawn Dadmund and Serena Richards. Wife of one
of the marines in this "suicide squad," Kim Arnhols just comments, "I'm just glad my husband's getting a good meal."
Marine biologist Joan Edwards, who is reknown for her many years of studying marines, made this comment, "They seem in great form to me."
New advances in modern science have been made today in Mongolia where scientific genius Chris Hayden has just bred the world's-firsf checkered
guinea pig in the back of his Jacuzzi club. Quoted Mr. Hayden deleriously as he was being carried away, "Ha ha Mr. Ligor! I told you it could be donel"
During Mr. Hoyden's stay at Juli Andrews' Home for the Mentally Deranged his live in assistant, medical technician Kristy Dazaire, has taken over "The
Business" and appointed Karen Pomfret as her personal manager. Graphic Department manager Jennifer Andrews reports, "Business has never been
better since the takeover." Reportedly several illustrious people have been frequenting the establish ment.
According to National Enquirer reporter Kirsten Hoist, multimillionaire Marc Wholpers and world renown concert pianist Paula Charron have been spotted
on several occasions. Also reported as frequenters to the club are aeronautic engineers Sean McLaughlin and Tim Slaney who said they always have "a
hell of a time," while Celtics team member Jon Crowell is "doing just fine."
Unfortunatly since we made this report the Mongolian authorities have had to shut down the club. A comment from Sue Vaphiates, Miss Bazaire's
personal secretary, "Don't worry we'll be back, you can't stop progress."
In our human interest story tonight we find "Ripley's Believe-lt-Or-Not" correspondent Mary Laliberte in a Tibetian monestory where a monk. Brother
Anthony Cordoni, is building a life size model of the Tibetian god Dob Maduski out of 25 straws and a piece of string. Brother Tony quotes, "I've always
wanted to do something constructive and this is just my way of expressing myself." Ann Pfischner, a poor orphan girl taken in by the monks at an early
age, comments "Tony, he's a nice guy. He really gets info this monkey stuff. I guess he's just trying to find himself like the rest of us, maybe he should
try the yellow pages."
Christian leaders Julie Holmes and Helen Stepanovitch have launched a full scale crusade to Tibet to "Stop this evil brigade of satanic dealings in Third
World Nations." Along with them is CYO Vice President Ken Pimento! and various editions of "Modern Day Bible Translations for Modern Day Living."
After lost months mob killing ot the Ployboy Elite Club, when mob hit men burst into the club ond killed everyone, the cose finally goes to trial.
Representing the mob is Kent "Machinegun" Belcher, Consigliore to the East Coast family. The hit men brought up on charges for the slaying of 23 lives
ore Mike 'Gunner" Dumont, Jim "Reaper" McPheorson, and Danny "The Skull" Boucher.
Among the deaths are Rolls Royce manufacturer Bridget Bllnco, tycoon Scott Andrews, Owner of the Playboy Club Chris Cossette, Author of "The Best
Ever Diet Book" Brenda Dahlbeck, environmentalists John Adorns and Denise Myette, Fashion Designer Kim Barry, yacht salesman Will Barton, owner of
Fantasy Island Julie Rubin Montalbaun,, Whitehouse CPA Jim Schwartz, Playboy bunny Stephanie Katz, famous actress Kelly Mullin and her husband
Mark Doherty, ond computer expert Peter Intteiri. Others who were unfortunately exterminated are Linda Roy, Steve Simmer, Lori Rinaldi, Beth
LaRochelle, Tim Masterson, Tracy Allen, Jacque King, Jen Robbins, Ken Wagner, and Lon Hargreaves.
District Attorney Paul Conlin made no comment on the matter as usual.
On the entertainment front . . . Last summer's blockbuster movie, "The Ewoks Rule" is up for on academy award for best hairdressing by Maria Coletto.
According to Critic Amy Dunn, "It was well worth the S7.50 ticket price."
"The Ewoks Rule" is The tender story about the Ewoks perverted drive to control the galaxy by killing off all other threatening life forms. Wendy
Axworthy as princess Ortega is marvelous. The special effects created by Jim Baker were extraordinarily realistic, those killer worms looked so real. Mark
Fiorillo's directing was also superb.
The theme from "The Ewoks Rule" entitled "Yeah Yeah You're Dead So What" is nominated at the grammies for best country and western song. The
song was directed by Philharmonic conductor Bob Haddleton, and performed by the band "Somebody Please Listen". According to DJ Mike Hazletf, from
the radio station WHAZ, the song is soaring up the charts and it's sure to be a #1 smash.
On a further note about the band "Somebody Please Listen," lead singer David Ghioni was rushed to the hospital with fractured ribs when he was
attacked on stage by the bands only groupie Lisa Geloran. The other members of the band, Bruce Videto and Kevin Nelson, have continued to tour
without Ghioni because "They don't want to disappoint the fans."
Tonight in sports .... Celtics team doctor Laura Pitt was arraigned yesterday on drug charges. Apparently Miss Pitt would put artificial sfimulents in the
wheat germ of the players because they weren't performing well or working hard enough. Defending her is congressional lawyer Leigh Panettiere, who
claims Miss Pitt is innocent because, "Well, everybody does it." Angry cries of "Stone her!" and "Somebody plug in the chair!" have been echoing all
over Boston. Leading the vigilante coup is Barbara Paulson, prominent owner of Paulson's Hardware. Prosecuting attorny Karen Brooks soys she is going
to make sure "Laura Pitt gets what she deserves!"
Also in sports, the Boston Bruins won the final game in the Stanley Cup Division with a score of to 1 when Bruin Jay Molloy shot past Flyer goalie Jim
Cleaves. Boston fans fore down the house. Wife to the U.S. Ambassador from France, Tammy Padula and season ticket holder Barbara Poppas created
quite a stir when they jumped the boards onto the ice and hugged and kissed every member of the Bruins team.
Other happy Bostonians were east coast bookie Mike Morrisette, hockey uniform designer Jen King who commented, "Gee, I hope everyone noticed the
stunning pink and blue uniforms I created." Boston coach Jeff Plympton was also pleased.
Its been a successful season for Boston Sports.
Coming up on News at Eleven we'll have these stories
Local woman Ktis Gallager was found murdered on o roadside by mute pig farmers.
Electrician Ed Holmes finds new energy sources in recycled ravioli and pasta squares.
Also we'll hove an update on the Cuban beach crisis.
This has been the six o'clock news Goodnight and have a pleasent tommorrow.
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Mrs. Negus Miss Szczpaniak
61 Pork St. Norfolk LIKES: B-52's, pi-
ano, Kirt, Avon, fashions, DISLIKES:
Legal secretary, become rich and
meet Adam Ant. FAVORITE SAY-
ING: "Ya know" FAVORITE ME-
MORY: Florida, Datona beoch. AC-
TIVITIES: OEA 3, 4, AWARDS: 4th
place OEA 3 minute speech compe-
JENNIFER LEA ANDREWS
1266 West St. Wrentham LIKES: lob-
ster, being with friends DISLIKES: to-
matoes, getting up at 4:45 AMBI-
TION: To go to B.Y.U. FAVORITE
SAYING: "That's a bummer" FA-
VORITE MEMORY: 4 miles of water
ACTIVITIES: Chieftain 1
6 Deerfield Dr. Plainville LIKES:
beach, women, weekends DIS-
LIKES: snobs, speeding tickets, blue
van. AMBITION: engineer, ski bum
FAVORITE SAYING: "How ya doing"
FAVORITE MEMORY: Van Halen,
Horseneck beach. ACTIVITIES: golf 1,
2, 3, 4 basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 baseball
YVONNE A. ALLEN
20 Bugbee St. Plainville LIKES: Scot-
tie, mustangs, Smurfs, the Police,
rainbows. DISLIKES: Monday morn-
ings, rainy days, working and U.S.
History. AMBITION: to get my li-
cense, go to college, get married.
FAVORITE SAYING: "Scottie-bum".
"Buffy". FAVORITE MEMORY: 9-5-
80, 5-12-83-prom, 6-6-63 Jessica. AC-
TIVITIES: student council 3, 4 student
advisor (voc) 4, voc. representative
18 Mohegan St. Norfolk LIKES: Bud,
The Dead, Guzzling, Roistering, DIS-
LIKES: Heros, Any beer that isn't Bud
AMBITION: To Guzzle, Roister,
Wrench, and Gore. FAVORITE SAY-
ING: Hweeey, Dooooodl! Travelin'
pack attack. Suitcase at my place."
FAVORITE MEMORY: The Barn
40 North St. Norfolk LIKES: week-
ends, people who ore on time DIS-
LIKES: E.T. jokes. AMBITION: To re-
tire by 35.
10 Hanover St. Norfolk LIKES: Dave,
dpending money, beaches DIS-
LIKES: worrying, two-faced people,
not having money AMBITION: To be
rich and happy. FAVORITE SAYING:
"You clamskull!" FAVORITE ME-
MORY: York Beach, Maine F.M.
JULIE LYN ANDREWS
1766 West St Wrenthom
LIKES: horses, roses, red Trans Ams
DISLIKES: getting up for school,
homework AMBITION: to get
married, rich, and famous
FAVORITE SAYING: "You're crazy"
ACTIVITIES: color guard 2, 3, 4
181 South St. Plainville
LIKES: Brian DISLIKES: school
AMBITION: to be rich FAVORITE
SAYING: "Not too shabby"
FAVORITE MEMORY: April 16
46" Harvard Lane Wrentham
LIKES: sports, girls DISLIKES:
homework, AMBITION: to become
a millionaire and never have to
work FAVORITE SAYING: "I'm
game." FAVORITE MEMORY:
winning Hockomock League
championship ACTIVITIES: baseball
1, 2, 3. 4
MARIA T. ARADO
5 Standish Rd. Norfolk
LIKES: Kenny, good friends, good
times, sunsets, DISLIKES: snobs,
bad memories AMBITION: to be
happy forever and successful
FAVORITE SAYING: "Yeah, right"
FAVORITE MEMORY: summer of
'82 at Cape Cod. 6-8-82
ACTIVITIES: soccer 2, 4 OTHER:
Good Luck Guys, Miss ya.
15 Franklin St Wrentham
LIKES: rainy days DISLIKES: saying
"good-bye," Monday mornings
AMBITION: to see if R.P. ever
sticks FAVORITES SAYING: "Smile
it's Monday." FAVORITE MEMORY:
weekend at UNE with Fiona, 7-24
at Wareham beach with Fiona
and Joan ACTIVITIES: class officer
3-T, 4-T, Chieftan 4, Field Hockey
1. 2, 3, 4-Capt. Tennis 3. Spring
Track 1. 2 AWARDS: National
Essay Contest OTHER: Best of luck
to Denise M., Joan E. and Fiona
Village Green, Norfolk
LIKES: Matt DISLIKES: "football on
the beach" by P.R.'s AMBITION:
to be a vet assistant FAVORITE
SAYING: "Blast" FAVORITE
MEMORY: 174, Nov. at Lake Pearl
ACTIVITIES: band 1, 2, 3, 4, drum
57 Fruit St Norfolk
LIKES: pool, motorcycles Fridays,
2:17 DISLIKES: preppies, Mondays
celery, tests, fighting AMBITION: to
be rich, happily married and live
on a farm FAVORITE SAYING:
"Another day another dime
(work)" FAVORITE MEMORY:
graduation from EST training, Neil
Young concert. OTHER: Mr.
Fairfield, thanks for helping me
get out in January.
141 Ellery Sf
DISLIKES: getting up in the
morning AMBITION: to own o nice
cor FAVORITE SAYING: "Let's go."
FAVORITE MEMORY: Pennsylvania
240 South St Wrentham
LIKES: partying, Ci Ci AMBITION: to
be rich and famous FAVORITE
SAYING: "Spark it up" FAVORITE
MEMORY: hopping the fence
424 South St Wrentham
LIKES: Broncos, computers DISLIKES:
Blazers, History assignments
AMBITION: to be a well off lazy
bum FAVORITE SAYING: "I'd
prefer not to." ACTIVITIES: football
JAMES E. BAKER
Crickhollow in Buckland
LIKES: Elves, Valinor DISLIKES:
Ringwraiths, Saruman AMBITION:
to sail to Valinor FAVORITE
SAYING: "Won-der-ful" FAVORITE
MEMORY: Looking for parking lot
ACTIVITIES: DECA 3, 4 AWARDS:
4th place DECA district
competition, 5th place DECA state
PATRICIA ANN BAKER
39 Mirror Lake Ave. Norfolk
LIKES: Paul, Journey, Barracudas,
Fridays ice cream sand, with
pretzels DISLIKES: snobs, algebra,
rainy Sundays, bucket seats, bugs
and waiting. AMBITION: Business
Administration, to pass Algebra II.
FAVORITE SAYING: "Really?"
"Pasta Lives" "Come in the bin."
FAVORITE MEMORY: summer of
'82, 12/17/82, 4/16/83.. chem. &
alg. 82-83 ACTIVITIES: class council
3 OEA 3, 4 VICA 4, band 1, 2
OTHER: watch out for pigeons in
WENDY R. AXWORTHY
1 Winsten rd. Norfolk
LIKES: "Doc", being with my best
friends DISLIKES: snobs, fighting
with friends AMBITION: to be a
success in my career FAVORITE
MEMORY: summer of '83, 9/11/83
ACTIVITIES: drama 1, 2, 3, 4 WKPH
4 OTHER: Good luck to all my
friends, thank you for all the
wonderful memories-l Love you
"Nay Nay" "Blitz"
5 Sfacey rd. Norfolk
LIKES: talking, the west coast,
roses DISLIKES: saying "Good-
bye", Brian, Drain AMBITION: to
be a child psychologist, to travel
FAVORITE SAYING: "Terry, can
you drive?" "Yoo Hoo Girlie."
FAVORITE MEMORY: California
'83, Tony, 7-17-81, Devestafion
Inc. OTHER: Thanx for the
memories P.Z. T.J, K.T., K.M., D.V.,
F.M., C.W., N., M.M., B.L., and P.E.
55 Nadeou Dr. Wrentham
LIKES: electrical, women DISLIKES:
disco AMBITION: to be the world's
electrician FAVORITE SAYING:
"Ya ya" FAVORITE MEMORY: the
Twinkie fight on the VICA trip
AWARDS: VICA 2nd place in oral
25 Rebecca rd. Wrentham
LIKES: snow days, summer
vacation DISLIKES: homework,
getting up early AMBITION: to
become an x-ray technician
FAVORITE SAYING: "This class is
so boring" FAVORITE MEMORY:
summer of '83 at the beach
ACTIVITIES: band 1, chieftain 1, 2,
"T.E." "Ralph" "EMP"
Alpha Centauri RA6 Zeta 4 Quad.
LIKES: adventure, money DISLIKES:
hypocrites, slow cars AMBITION: to
become rich FAVORITE SAYING:
"Whazzat?" FAVORITE MEMORY: I
KIMBERLY M. BARRY
3 Diamond St Norfold
LIKES: vacations, sleeping late
DISLIKES: being kicked out of the
library, running out of money
AMBITION: to be happy and
successful FAVORITE SAYING:
"Talk to ya" FAVORITE MEMORY:
the night in North ACTIVITIES: class
council 3, 4 Girl's state 3 National
Honor Society 3, 4 Chieftain 4
Soccer 3 winter track 1 spring
track 1, 2, 3, 4-capt. AWARDS:
leading point scorer-spring track 3
KRISTY MAY BAZAIRE
8 Pocumtuck Ave Norfolk
LIKES: skiing, moonsbarn,
weekends, Vermont DISLIKES:
being broke, the Cutlass
AMBITION: to get a car that runs,
ski bum, Med, Tech. FAVORITE
SAYING: "K.F.B. rides again."
FAVORITE MEMORY: summer of
'82 6 '83, 8-13/8-15 ACTIVITIES:
student council 1, 2 National
Honor Society 3, 4 Chieftain 3, 4-
ed. Basketball cheerleader 2,
Hockey cheerleader 2, Softball 1
OTHER: Good Luck Mike- I Love
20 Warren Dr. Wrentham
LIKES: sports, weekends DISLIKES:
not having the car for Saturday
night AMBITION: to do good in
whatever I do ACTIVITIES: golf 1,
2, 3, 4 basketball 1, 2, 3, 4-capt.
201 Janice Circle
LIKES: convertibles, being with
good friends DISLIKES: trying to
find my keys The C, AMBITION:
to be on interior decorator and
have fun FAVORITE SAYING: "Are
you on Oreo cookie?" FAVORITE
MEMORY: Prom '63, TP concert
with T.B., K.B. and (P.S.)
ACTIVITIES: the Issue 1 Chieftan 1,
2 softball 4 OTHER: Trace, thanks
for always being there.
3 Wompanoag Ave Norfolk
LIKES: rollerskating, my paycheck,
parties DISLIKES: Mondays, staying
home on a Friday night
AMBITION: to be rich and travel
FAVORITE SAYING: "Ya know
what I mean." FAVORITE
MEMORY: summer of 81
ACTIVITIES: DECA 3, 4
DANIEL R. BOUCHER
23 Mirror Lake Ave Wrentham
LIKES: Moosehead, parties
AMBITION: to get rich FAVORITE
MEMORY: Van Halen
8 Longmeadow rd. Norfold
ACTIVITIES: VICA 4 AWARDS:
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CORINNA MARIE BROWN
16 West Cedar rd. Norfolk
LIKES: Greatful Dead, Patrick,
being outside DISLIKES: friends
who aren't really friends
AMBITION: to be happy where
ever I end up FAVORITE
MEMORY: Greatful Dead "84,
3/25/83, 6/16/83, P town, finally
going to Quechee ACTIVITIES:
Chieftain 4 OTHER: Well Lisa, we
finally made it, remember all the
good times we hod.
11 Masconemet Ave Norfolk
LIKES: good friends, having a
good time DISLIKES: getting up
early, people telling me what to
do AMBITION: to gain knowledge
and be successful and own a
Rolls Royce FAVORITE SAYING:
"This is true." FAVORITE
MEMORY: There are too many,
but especially summer '83
ACTIVITIES: Math league 4 WKPH
4 AWARDS: hon. mention in
National History Day.
10 Park St Norfolk
LIKES: the bear, racking on
Franklin sign with T.B. DISLIKES:
"Toads", decisions and loosing A.
AMBITION: to go a whole day
without a problem. FAVORITE
SAYING: "Oh no. What o horror
show" FAVORITE MEMORY: TP
concert with T.B. and L.B. and
(P.S.), Florida '83 ACTIVITIES: DECA
3, Chieftain 1
DOUGLAS W. CARSON
3 Parsectors left of Alpho Center
LIKES: the Disease, repelling DIS-
LIKES: communists, jocks, cold morn-
ings in the jungle AMBITION: to be-
come o airborne ronger FAVORITE
MEMORY: jingle jamming, the con-
certs and summer '63
20 Susan Parkway Uxbridge, Ma
LIKES: hockey, car races. Bud, Mol-
son DISLIKES: disco, getting up and
gong to school AMBITION: to be-
come a professional goalie for NHL
FAVORITE SAYING: "Hey, what's
up?" FAVORITE MEMORY: brawl
with Stoughton in our last hockey
game and meeting Wendy ACTIVI-
TIES: hockey 4 AWARDS: KP letter
167 Thurston St Wrentham LIKES:
concerts, drums DISLIKES: snobs AM-
BITION: to become a better drum-
mer than Neil Peart FAVORITE SAY-
ING: "Go For IT" FAVORITE ME-
MORY: cross country trip to Arizona.
ACTIVITIES: band 1. 2, 3, 4 band
council 3-VP 4-P AWARDS: Louis
Armstrong Award '83, NAJE out-
standing musicianship award,
Member of NESBA Honors band and
Member of WBZ-TV marching band
160 East St Wrentham LIKES: sports
DISLIKES: practices AMBITION: to be
successful FAVORITE SAYING: "Shut
up fool." ACTIVITIES: football 1, 2, 3,
4 spring track 2, 3
45B George St. Plainville LIKES: pho-
tography, field service DISLIKES:
daily grades, Bob's boat AMBITION:
to be a full time pioneer FAVORITE
SAYING: "It's too late, you lost." FA-
VORITE MEMORY: UNC. LEO'S WED.
TO MILL ACTIVITIES: VICA 2, 3, 4 the
Issue 3, 4 Chieftain 3 AWARDS:
drafting VICA: 2 gold medals (local)
a trophey (districts) bronze medal
TRACY LYNNE BUDD
180 North St. Norfolk LIKES: good
times, good friends, summer of '81.
DISLIKES: getting caught, fake
friends AMBITION: to remember
what Liz forgot FAVORITE SAYING:
"Are you an OREO cookie?" FA-
VORITE MEMORY: TP and the
breakers with L.B., K.B. AND (P.S.)
prom of '82 and '83 ACTIVITIES: the
Issue 1 Chieftain 1, 2 AWARDS:
semi-formal court '82 OTHER: Liz,
your the greatest.
f- : -:;iP : -
1124 West St. Wrentham LIKES:
stock car racing, fast cars, fast food,
women DISLIKES: being teased, ve-
getables AMBITION: to get a truck
that actually runs FAVORITE SAY-
ING: "Oh, shoot."
32 Stanhope Dr. Norfolk LIKES: hock-
ey DISLIKES: homework, hearing
about Dennis' chickens AMBITION:
to beat Marc ot basketball and to
be a rich businessman FAVORITE
SAYING: "Oh, ya right." FAVORITE
MEMORY: summer of '63 ACTIVI-
TIES: football 4 (stats) golf 4 ice
hockey 1, 2. 3, 4 AWARDS: 2 varsity
letters in hockey
1691 West St. Wrentham LIKES: Kerri
G., basketball, Friday and Saturday
nights DISLIKES: homework, sprints
AMBITION: to make it big and be
happy FAVORITE SAYING: "What's
happening?" FAVORITE MEMORY:
September 7, 1983 ACTIVITIES: 1, 2,
3, 4 AWARDS Varsity basketball let-
1 Hunter Ave. Norfolk LIKES: World
War II movies, DISLIKES: waking up
early, cold weather AMBITION: to
retire at 50 FAVORITE SAYING:
"What do you mean?" FAVORITE
MEMORY: Sophomore year tennis
practices ACTIVITIES:" Math league
2, 3, 4 National Honor Society 3, 4
tennis 1, 2, 3-C, 4-C Awards: Varsity
letter tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 High scorer,
math league 3
CHRISTOPHER R. COSSETTE
15 Sidney St. Plainville LIKES: party-
ing with A.M and H.L, Zep, Who
and S DISLIKES: fake people, car
trouble AMBITION: to stay single FA-
VORITE SAYING: "Too much." FA-
VORITE MEMORY "82-83", base-
ball, season league champs. Van
Halen concert ACTIVITIES: football 1
golf 2 hockey 1, 2, 3, 4-Capt. base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4 AWARDS: Sun Chroni-
cle all-star hockey 2, 3 Hockomock
all-star 3, 4 year starts Varsity hock-
127 Seekonk St Norfolk LIKES: sports,
Cathy DISLIKES: broken bones, wak-
ing up early AMBITION: to be rich
and famous FAVORITE SAYING:
"What's up?" FAVORITE MEMORY:
the Cape ACTIVITIES: DECA 3, foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4 basketball 2, 3, 4
winter track 1, spring track 1, 2, 4
AWARDS: varsity letters
22 Pondview Rd. Norfolk LIKES:
good music, good women DISLIKES:
wasted time, smashed '73 grand
prix AMBITION: to become a major
cog in the machine of life. FAVOR-
ITE SAYING: "I don't do that any-
more." FAVORITE MEMORY: learn-
ing to ski, Dead in Boston ACTIVI-
TIES: student council 4, football 1,
BRENDA L. DAHLBECK
2 Hoqes St Wrentham
LIKES: summertime, parties
DISLIKES: early mornings, arguing
with good friends AMBITION:
secretary, college FAVORITE
SAYING: "Beth, we gotta get out
of here" FAVORITE MEMORY:
7/17/63 ACTIVITIES: OEA 3, 4
gymnastics 1. 2 AWARDS: 6fh
place accounting OEA state
26 King St. Norfolk LIKES: being
with Rob, Having a best friend
like Cheryl DISLIKES: work getting
up early, Cher, moving AMBITION:
to be successful and happy
FAVORITE SAYING: "You serious?"
FAVORITE MEMORY: Oct 20, 1981
ACTIVITIES: DECA 3 AWARDS:
homecoming court, DECA officer-
secretary OTHER: miss ya Cher-
Love you always Rob.
60 Geordan Ave Wrentham
LIKES: being with friends DISLIKES:
getting up in the morning,
hangovers AMBITION: to be the
best person I can possibly be
FAVORITE SAYING: "Just to the
rock and back." FAVORITE
MEMORY: meeting Ann OTHER: I
just want to thank SP, PL, JZ, CR
for some good times and KB for
133 Creek St Wrentham
LIKES: parties, girls DISLIKES: my
kidneys, MPD. FAVORITE
MEMORY: summer of '63
ACTIVITIES: football 1, 2, 3
DAWN M. DADMUN
"Ree, DeDe, late for dinner"
311 Madison St. Wrentham
LIKES: dancing, music, DECA, Bill
Chartrand's jokes DISLIKES:
Deana's car seat, Joe being at
school AMBITION: to become
successful in anything I do and
marry Joe Marino FAVORITE
SAYING: "Peace bro." "Right-o"
FAVORITE MEMORY: DECA
conferences and meeting Joe
ACTIVITIES: class council 3 DECA C
4 Sacham 3 Awards. 2 DECA
awards, Districts, and States
OTHER: Tony Marino, good luck ir
your future accomplishments, go
170 Harvard Lane, Wrentham
LIKES: Suzuki's, mountains
DISLIKES: city AMBITION: to find
one FAVORITE MEMORIES: Route
12 Mathurin Rd
LIKES: golf DISLIKES: cars
AMBITION: to be wealthy
MICHAEL ALAN DUDE
Andromeda Ra 1h 19mo 10SP
LIKES: corvettes, the "gome" of
adventure DISLIKES: religious
fanatics, being broke down
AMBITION: to be the first to fly
the Daedolus space craft to leave
the solar system FAVORITE
SAYING: "Such is the destiny of
life." FAVORITE MEMORY: the
Ragnaroek adventure ACTIVITIES:
Sachem 3, 4-Ed. soccer 3
2 Hancock St Plainville
LIKES: crazy people with a good
sense of humor. Lake Cod, skiing
DISLIKES: cows, looking at colleges,
880s AMBITION: to be happy and
successful FAVORITE SAYING:
"Ahhh k-e-g-g-g-g." FAVORITE ME-
MORY: breaking the Hockomock
league record in the 4X440 ACTIVI-
TIES: class council 1. 2. 3, 4 WKPH 3,
4 National Honor Society 3, 4 Chief-
tain 4 cross country 1, 2 basketball 2
winter track 1 spring track 1, 2, 3, 4-
capt. AWARDS: voice of democracy
essay contest. Girls State, sports
awards OTHER: Thanks J.K., S.A.,
F.G., E.H., K.S., and all my friends.
44 Avon Rd Yarmouthport
LIKES: jazz dancing, being best
friends with Kathy DISLIKES: rainy
days, getting up early AMBITION:
to be a successful model
FAVORITE SAYING: "No, sir really"
FAVORITE MEMORY: 6-22-83
ACTIVITIES: DECA 3 AWARDS:
DECA officer- Vice Pres. and head
buyer for the school
AMY ALLISON DUNN
936 West St. Wrentham
LIKES: mountains, music, making
bread in the middle of the night,
books, waterfalls, theater, stars
DISLIKES: bad moods, headaches,
"soaps", cruelty AMBITION: to
sing, to act, to find peace
FAVORITE SAYING: "Such is life."
FAVORITE MEMORY: "Man of La
Mancha" in the snow, all my
many late night chats with M.L.
and C.C. ACTIVITIES: drama 1, 2,
3, 4 Sachem 1, 2-Ed. 3, 4 National
Honor Society 3, 4 Key Club 2, 3,
4 AWARDS: National Merit
Semifinalist OTHER: I haven't
exactly loved every minute but
I've survived and gained-l hope-
good things for all I've lost
339 Main St. Norfolk
LIKES: Led Zeppelin, playing
drums DISLIKES: Def Leppard,
broken sticks AMBITION: to be a
great carpenter FAVORITE
SAYING: "How ya doin?"
FAVORITE MEMORY: too many
ACTIVITIES: football 4 baseball 2,
MICHAEL R. DUMONT
349 South St. Plainville
LIKES: Michele, partying with the
crew DISLIKES: rain, getting
caught AMBITION: to live until I'm
50 years old safely FAVORITE
SAYING: "That's cool" FAVORITE
MEMORY: 1/14/83, hopping the
fence every morning
RICHARD A. DUQUETTE
20 Riverside Dr. Wrentham
LIKES: hunting, carpentry DISLIKES:
taght Bosses, framing AMBITION:
carpenter or cabinet maker FAVOR-
ITE SAYING: "Beats me." FAVORITE
MEMORY: The crash of the blue
JOHN J. ELLIS
1 Wade Rd. Plainville
LIKES: the Navy, machine shop DIS-
LIKES: rain on weekends, exams
AMBITION: become a good machin-
est FAVORITE SAYING: "Go for it."
FAVORITE MEMORY: June 25, 1983
1640 East Bacon St., Plainville
LIKES: the beach, a girl friend DIS-
LIKES: a boring Saturday, super mar-
End of Hobbifon in the Shire
LIKES: Elves and the Ents DISLIKES:
Nazgul, The Ring AMBITION: To sail
away from the Grey Havens FA-
VORITE SAYING: "Nemo me im-
pune lacessif" FAVORITE MEMORY:
searching for the Camel Parking Lot
ACTIVITIES: DECA 3, 4 AWARDS:
DECA Competition-1sf place districts
and 2nd place states in Food Mar-
keting Competency OTHER: Man-
ager of the school store
54 Winter St., Wrentham
LIKES: barefootin', T.C.
beaches. Stairway to
Conn., SNL, Twilight Zone DISLIKES:
busy signals, boredom, static, red
lights AMBITION: To find out what
"legabid'means FAVORITE SAY-
ING: "I've heard that, seriously
though, that's all she wrote" FA-
VORITE MEMORY: Bowie in the
rain, summer '83 ACTIVITIES: Chief-
tain 4- Sr. Editor OTHER: Thanks to
Siobhan, Lisa, T.C, Tarn, Ann, Kelly,
and Mom and Dad.
56 School St., Plainville
LIKES: being with friends,
laughing, soccer, weekends
DISLIKES: saying good-bye,
Monday mornings AMBITION: To
become unbelieviably rich and
share it with my friends FAVORITE
SAYING: "Ya Bozo!" FAVORITE
MEMORY: Memorial weekend,
summer of '83, 7/25/83
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 3, 4. Spring
Track 1 AWARDS: varsity letter in
soccer OTHER: Good Luck to the
Class of '85
664 East St., Wrentham
16 Hillside Road
LIKES: beaches, having a good
time DISLIKES: getting up early,
spiders AMBITION: to make it
through college and be sucessful
FAVORITE SAYING: "Well,
anyways" FAVORITE MEMORY:
summer of '83 ACTIVITIES: Drama
1, Gymnastics 3
10 Alice Ave, Norfolk
61 Boardman St.. Norfolk LIKES:
beoches, vacations, meeting new
people, choc, chip cookie batter
DISLIKES: distance between
friends, frowns AMBITION: to be
happy FAVORITE SAYING: "I don't
know!" FAVORITE MEMORY:
Proms S3, Summer '63 in N.H.
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1.
DECA 3, Chieftain 4 OTHER:
Thanks to all my friends for good
times and more to come. Love
CYNTHIA JEAN GALVIN
55 Sleepy Hollow, Wrenfham
LIKES: U2, crayons DISLIKES:
waiting. Militaristic People
AMBITION: TV Producer FAVORITE
MEMORY: All the times Beth and
I almost got caught. ACTIVITIES:
the Issue 2, Sachem 4, Chieftain
1. 2, 3, 4-Editor 1, 2 OTHER: Art
"Mike, Gakes, Grady"
2 Norwell St., Norfolk LIKES:
Hardcore/Punk music and the
crowd that follows it DISLIKES:
people in general FAVORITE
SAYING: "Mommy, can I go out
JEFFREY M. GEORGE
3 Berry St., Plainville LIKES: Sports,
girls DISLIKES: snobs, Lumpy
AMBITION: To be successful in the
world! FAVORITE SAYING: "You-
know??" FAVORITE MEMORY:
Summer of '81, Police and Bowie
concerts ACTIVITIES: Football 2, 3.
Soccer 1, 4, Spring Track 3, 4,
Baseball 1. 2 AWARDS: varsity
letter in Soccer
ANN MARIE GATIE
25 Myrtle St., Norfolk LIKES: Bill,
Doors, Seger, Lobster, Partying
DISLIKES: school, people lying,
M.B. AMBITION: to become a
nurse FAVORITE SAYING: "Right,
whatever you say." FAVORITE
MEMORY: April 16, 1982
ACTIVITIES: VICA 4 OTHER: I wish
the best of luck to Marisah,
Allyson M., Melissa T., Sue F., and
2 Laurel Ave., Plainville LIKES:
sports, movies DISLIKES: snobs,
warming the bench AMBITION:
Physical Therapist FAVORITE
SAYING: "I hate that song."
FAVORITE MEMORY: party when
C.P. and I got soaked ACTIVITIES:
OEA 2, 3 Soccer 2, 3, 4 Softball 2,
3, 4 AWARDS: Varsity letter
KRISTEN L. GALLAGHER
41 Boardman St., Norfolk LIKES:
tan Chevy S-10 trucks, spending
money DISLIKES: short-people
jokes, when people I love are far
away AMBITION: Media
SAYING: "What's up?" FAVORITE
MEMORY: Jr/Sr Prom '83. skiing at
Killingfon with Tony ACTIVITIES:
Student Council 1 Drama 1, 2, 3
Sachem 4. WKPH 4 AWARDS:
National Poetry and Essary Press-
merit award for manuscript
OTHER: Thanks to B.H., B.K.. W.A.,
T.F., Mom and Dad and everyone
else who has been part of the
fun these past four years.
LISA MARIE GELORAN
54 Mirror Lake Ave., Norfolk
LIKES: John Caparella, smiles,
hugs, windy days, sunshine, and
good friends DISLIKES: peas, alarm
clocks, saying goodbye to Cap
AMBITION: To be a rich physical
therapist and marry a gorgeous
musician FAVORITE SAYING: Oh-
no FAVORITE MEMORY: Feb. 14,
1983, 4/30/83 ACTIVITIES: Vice-
Pres. 1, VICA 3, 4-reporfer, school
pres., state pres.. Gymnastics 1, 2
AWARDS: Who's Who among
American H.S. Students 83-84,
Local VICA Health Competition-
Gold Medal. Natl Poetry & Essay
DANIEL E. GILLIS
4 Tucker Rd., Norfolk ACTIVITIES:
DAVID R. GHIONI
9 Holbrook St., Norfolk
LIKES: Stephanie, Rock-n-Roll
DISLIKES: arguing with Steph
AMBITION: to be a "rich"
Computer Tech. FAVORITE
SAYING: "I always get the
winners." FAVORITE MEMORY:
Nov. 15. 1981 ACTIVITIES: Band 1.
2, 3, 4 AWARDS: 6 Percussion
Awards- 3 for Marching Band and
3 for Concert Band OTHER: I'm
21 Longmeadow Rd., Norfolk
LIKES: Three Muskateers, stormy
nights DISLIKES: rumors, people
who judge AMBITION: To be
successful Biological Engineer
FAVORITE SAYING: "How ya
doin', see ya" FAVORITE
MEMORY: weekend with Sally at
UNE, July 27-Wareham with Joan
and Sally ACTIVITIES: Pres. 2, Class
Council 1, 2, 3, 4 Girl's State 3,
The Issue 3, Nat. Honor Society 3,
4, Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Spring
Track 1, 2, 3, 4 AWARDS: Hugh
O'Brien Youth Foundation
29 Creek St., Wrentham
LIKES: time to waste, when my
car runs DISLIKES: snobs, when my
car doesn't run AMBITION: to be a
dog trainer FAVORITE SAYING:
"No way" FAVORITE MEMORY:
last day of school
FREDERICK J. GILLIS
4 Tucker Rd., Norfolk
LIKES: Karen. Golf DISLIKES: disco,
Mondays AMBITION: to become a
business man FAVORITE SAYING:
"Who give a --!" FAVORITE
MEMORY: June 81 ACTIVITIES:
Pres. 4 Golf 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 3
AWARDS: All Star and All
Hockomock in Golf 1, 4 OTHER:
Good luck Class of 85
SUSAN MICHELLE GRAVES
261 South St., Wrentham
LIKES: nights w/something to do,
true friends. Moon's Barn DISLIKES:
being tickled, getting caught at
the beach AMBITION: Class
Council 2, 3, 4, Girl's State 3, Nat.
Honor Society 3, 4, F. Cheerleader
2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4-Captain,
Tennis 1, 2, 3. 4-Captain
92 Winter St., Wrentham
LIKES: guys, parties DISLIKES:
homework, spending weekends
alone AMBITION: to be respected
in the world of business FAVORITE
MEMORY: weekend with P.C. in
N.H. spent with D.D. ACTIVITIES:
OEA 2. 3, VICA 4, AWARDS:
Communication Specialist 4th
LON A. HARGREAVES
33 School St., Ploinville LIKES:
Parties, cars, summers down the
Cope DISLIKES: snobs, senioritis
AMBITION: to become head of
shipping and receiving at Mini-
Systems FAVORITE SAYING: "OK
Fine, Ya, Sure!" FAVORITE
MEMORY: Summer of S3 at Cape
MICHAEL J. HAZLETT
3 Fredrickson Rd., Norfolk LIKES:
Boxing, rock-n-roll DISLIKES:
Computers, Boring Music
AMBITION: to go to the place
where The Road and The Sky
collide FAVORITE SAYING: "What
the 1" FAVORITE MEMORY:
Collapsing stage at Jackson
Browne Concert OTHER: Thanks to
Donna Hartford for being my
favorite locker partner for four
ROBERT W. HADDLETON, Jr.
59 Everett St., Norfolk LIKES: Drum
Corps, Spotlighting DISLIKES:
Memorial Day Parades, getting up
early for school AMBITION:
Engineering, Technical Theatre
FAVORITE SAYING: "Oh Weill"
FAVORITE MEMORY: Walt Disney
World 63 ACTIVITIES: Spotlighters
Drama, Band, Band Council,
WKPH, Nat. Honor Society, Drum
Major, Jazz Ensemble, AWARDS:
N.A.J.E. Award for Outstanding
Musicianship 1, 3, Listed in Who's
Who among H.S. Students OTHER:
N.E.S.B.A. Honors Band 2, 3. Mass.
Lions All-State Band 3. National
Merit Letter of Commendation
7 Appletree Dr., Ploinville LIKES:
New Hampshire, The Police, Bob
Seger. good friends DISLIKES:
fighting, broken fingernails, selling
Avon AMBITION: to be happy and
successful FAVORITE MEMORY:
summer of '63, 3/16/82/, N.F.P.
ACTIVITIES: Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4,
Class Council 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics
1 2, 3, 4, Softball 1 OTHER: Good
luck to my sister, Poulol Best of
luck to the Class of '84!
HAROLD F. HARROP
303 South St., Ploinville LIKES:
Football DISLIKES: certain teachers
AMBITION: to become an
Electrician in the Air Force
FAVORITE SAYING: "Let's crush
them." FAVORITE MEMORY: Guild
Block Fire ACTIVITIES: VICA 2, 3,
4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Spring Track
3, 4 AWARDS: Local Competition
CHRISTOPHER ELLIS HAYDEN
62 Main S., Norfolk LIKES: good
music, tennis DISLIKES: mindless
rock bands, video gomes
FAVORITE MEMORY: Gabriel
Concert AMBITION: to moke it
successfully in life ACTIVITIES:
Vice-Pres. 4, Math League 3, 4,
Not. Honor Society 3, 4, Tennis 1,
2, 3, 4 AWARDS: 1983 Hockomock
ELIZABETH DENISE HEALY
1 Begelow PL, Norfolk LIKES:
pretzels, ice cream sandwiches,
concerts with G.P., C.G., and D.W.
DISLIKES: parking the car, tic-tac
fights AMBITION: to go hot air
ballooning FAVORITE SAYING:
"How obnoxious, sup?" FAVORITE
MEMORY: Jr. & Sr. yrs. with C.G.
and G.P., Prom with D.W., K.G.,
ond B.K. AWARDS: National
Poetry Press, National Essay Press
OTHER: Good luck in the Navy
Gina! I'll miss you.
19 Hanover St.. Norfolk
LIKES: concerts, The Twilight Zone
DISLIKES: "The System," Journey
AMBITION: Nursing FAVORITE
SAYING: "Life's rough." FAVORITE
MEMORY: Me and Steve's first kiss
JUKKA OLAVI ANTTONI
61360 Mieto, Finland
LIKES: girls, cars, mashed potatoes
and meat balls DISLIKES:
ignorance AMBITION: I want to
see the world. FAVORITE SAYING:
"How do you do?" ACTIVITIES:
745 East St., Wrentham
LIKES: Van Halen, Camero's
DISLIKES: English, smashed
Comeros ACTIVITIES: VICA 2, 3-
Treas., 4, Boy's State 3 AWARDS:
VICA Local Competition-Silver
Medal 2, 3, District Comp.-finalist
53 Circle Dr., Wrentham
LIKES: beach, parties w/friends,
Monte Carlos, weekends DISLIKES:
The Doors, getting up for school
AMBITION: nurse FAVORITE
SAYING: "Really! No way."
FAVORITE MEMORY: Kelly at the
SS Fair, 3/22, Somerset with Krys,
Sue and Lorraine ACTIVITIES:
Student Council 3
137 Hamilton Rd., Wrentham
LIKES: Lynne DISLIKES: cheapshots
AMBITION: Computer Engineer
FAVORITE MEMORY: beating
Foxboro 1-0 ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1,
2, 3-Captain, 4-Captain, Winter
Track 1, Baseball 2, 3, 4
EDWARD F. HOLMES
105 Chestnut St., Wrentham
LIKES: Acid Rock, House parties
DISLIKES: exams, liberated women
AMBITION: To go to college and
get a high paying job FAVORITE
SAYING: "If you can't please em
with brilliance, baffle 'em with
B.S." FAVORITE MEMORY:
partying with D.N., R.M., K.K.,
and S.A. ACTIVITIES: Vice-Pres. 2.
3, Boy's State 3, Nat. Honor
Society 3, 4, Basketball 1, 3, 4,
Spring Track 3, 4
KRISTEN ELIZABETH HOWARD
35 East Bacon St., Plainville
LIKES: ASIA, poetry, good times
with good friends, Nantucket
DISLIKES: black band pants, peas,
cliques, biking uphill AMBITION: to
be a published author FAVORITE
SAYING: "Don't worry about it."
FAVORITE MEMORY: playing
fugitive on Good Friday
ACTIVITIES: Drama 3, 4, Color
Guard 3, 4, Sachem 3, 4
376 Park St., Wremthom LIKES:
Footboll players, Florida beaches
DISLIKES: moving to a new state
AMDTION: to be a model, singer,
or very rich FAVORITE SAYING:
"There's my future husband!"
FAVORITE MEMORY: Summer of
'81, meeting Denise, Bowie and
The Police concerts ACTIVITIES:
Student Council 4, VICA 4,
Chieftain 4 -Editor OTHER: SAC
RAC, yearbook editor
145 South St., Plainville
PETER A. INTRIERI
17 Stillwell Ave., LIKES: parties,
friends, nice cars DISLIKES: getting
up early, hangovers AMBITION: To
be happy, rich, and successful
FAVORITE SAYING: "got no gas.
Hey!" FAVORITE MEMORY: Sept.
15, 1981 ACTIVITIES: Ice Hockey 3,
PATRICK J. KEENAM
68 Seekonk St., Norfolk LIKES:
summer, bike riding, swimming,
skiing DISLIKES: Mondays,
homework, K.H.'s eavesdroppers
AMBITION: to be successful in
whatever I do FAVORITE
MEMORY: being deceived on
Good Friday ACTIVITIES: Drama 4
JEFFREY M. KEILEN
144 Berry St., Wrentham LIKES:
cars, girls, Van Halen, Judas Priest,
ZZ Top DISLIKES: S.F., D.N., D.L.
Men at Work, wrecking my Stude.
AMBITION: Army, Stock Car Racing
FAVORITE SAYING: "Oh well"
FAVORITE MEMORY: South Bend
65 High St., Plainville
JAN P. KANNALLY
46 Main St., Norfolk LIKES:, girls,
parties DISLIKES: deceitful blondes,
Taunton St. FAVORITE SAYING:
"What do ya wanna do?"
FAVORITE MEMORY: all the crazy
times with Joel and Tony
ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3, 4
OTHER: A special sorry to T.C.,
J.M., S.S., and T.S.
6 Crestwood Ave., Plainville
LIKES: parties, Zeppelin, nurse's of
'84 DISLIKES: waking up in the
morning, school AMBITION: to
take out all the girls FAVORITE
SAYING: "I'm wonderful!"
FAVORITE MEMORY: graduating
18th birthday party ACTIVITIES:
VICA 1, 2, 3, 4
JACQUE KATHLEEN KING
45 Berry Sf., Plainsville LIKES:
movies, traveling DISLIKES: school
buses, being lote AMBITION: to
morry o millionore FAVORITE
SAYING: "No way!, Explain."
FAVORITE MEMORY: Summer 62
DENISE MARIE KELLY
114 Berry St., Wrentham LIKES:
Toby, dancing, smiles DISLIKES:
uh-oh'sl, saying good-bye, being
called a little girl. AMBITION: to
be a professional jazz dancer and
stay happy FAVORITE SAYING:
"Smile, don't be such a grumpl"
FAVORITE MEMORY: 12/29/82,
12/31/82, per. 6 Soph, year
ACTIVITIES: Student Council 4,
Class Council 4, F. Cheerleader 4,
Capt. 4 Basketball and Hockey
Cheerleader 3, 4 AWARDS: letters
in Gymnastics and Cheering
OTHER: Thanks to everyone,
especially K.P., M.S., Mrs.
Buchanio, and Mr. Lanciaux.
You're all terrific, and I love youl
58 Acorn Rd., Wrentham LIKES:
Beth, Bud DISLIKES: S.B.. C.L
AMBITION: to become ambitious
FAVORITE SAYING: "Yea, you?"
FAVORITE MEMORY: Martha's
Vineyard '83 ACTIVITIES: Football
1, 2, Baseball 2, 3, 4
WENDY JEAN KENERSON
"little girl, kid"
51 Berry St., Plainville LIKES: Phil
Ferris, my friends, The Farm and
Romeo DISLIKES: mad parents,
Challengers that won't start,
exams AMBITION: Mrs. Philip M.
Ferris, R.N., who drives a Charger
FAVORITE SAYING: "Phil!," Come
on you guys! FAVORITE MEMORY:
Dec. 6, 1982, June 8, 1963 ***
ACTIVITIES: VICA 3, 4 OTHER:
Health Occupations 3, 4
JENNIFER L KING
70 Rockwood Rd., Norfolk LIKES: a
good honest smile, Appian days,
Maine DISLIKES: misunderstandings
AMBITION: speech therapist,
freelance artist, or both FAVORITE
SAYING: "Be alert ... the world
needs more lerts." FAVORITE
MEMORY: Summer of '83, the
blizzard with Julie ACTIVITIES:
Class Officer-Treasurer 2,
Basketball 1, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4-
Captain AWARDS: Art Junk, Voted
101 Ellery St. Wrentham Likes:
Fast cars and Friday night Dislikes:
Monday mornings Ambition: To
be rich and famous Favorite
Saying: What's up? Favorite
Memory: Summer of '83.
36 Mt. Vernon Ave.
HERBERT CHARLES LANG Jr.
"Tiger, Chuck, Charlie, Chucko"
112 Myrlte St., Norfolk LIKES: Keith
Moon, Pete Townsend, Led
Zepplin DISLIKES: Everything
AMBITION: Engineering FAVORITE
MEMORY: Life ACTIVITIES: Soccer
1, 2, 3, 4, Ice Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4
MARY ALICE LALIBERTE
1761 West St., Wrenthom LIKES:
thunderstorms, sickle moons, Mr.
Wind DISLIKES: The Foot
AMBITION: to learn how to speak
Gaelic FAVORITE MEMORY: The
Wild Heart at Colt State
ACTIVITIES: DECA 3, 4, Sachem 2,
3, 4-Editor AWARDS: Two 1st
places at DECA Districts and a 3rd
at States OTHER: To A.A.D.- Do
you think we should buy out Ma
Bell "before" we go to college?
EDWIN F. LANAGAN
16 Kendrick St., Wrentham LIKES:
Donna, fast cars, Erik's jacuzi
DISLIKES: know it all teachers.
Dodges AMBITION: to own my
own Automobile garage
FAVORITE SAYING: "Hey Dude"
FAVORITE MEMORY: October 10,
1980 OTHER: Honor Roll Student
7 Alice Ave., Norfolk LIKES:
Kenny, partying, weekends
DISLIKES: school, Mondays
AMBITION: to reach the ultimate
FAVORITE SAYING: "What's up?
FAVORITE MEMORY: 7/21/83
ACTIVITIES: OEA 3 AWARDS: 1st
place in Information
Communications 1983 State OEA
OTHER: Thanks Brenda
PAUL M. LAVALLEE
674 South St., Wrentham LIKES:
girls, parties, concerts DISLIKES:
long working hours, the hawk
AMBITION: to become an
electrical engineer FAVORITE
SAYING: "What's up?" FAVORITE
MEMORY: summer of '83
26 Pricilla Ave. Norforl
174 Park St., Wrentham
HENRY L. LAVALLEY
6 Oval St., Norfolk LIKES: Stacey,
motorcycles, hunting DISLIKES:
Colleen, Homeroom AMBITION: to
be an electrician FAVORITE
MEMORY: March 10, 1983
ACTIVITIES: VICA 3 OTHER: Honor
25 Mount St. Franklin LIKES: Nikki,
nonconformist dressing, DEVO
DISLIKES: underwear, people with
no hense of humor AMBITION: to
exist in my spatial arena as a
FAVORITE SAYING: "Woof"
FAVORITE MEMORY: the going
RICHARD A. LEVERONI
72 Harvard lane Wrentham LIKES:
dancing, the brother DISLIKES:
waking up for practice, Sundays
AMBITION: to be a financial
genius FAVORITE SAYING:
"F.M.A." FAVORITE MEMORY: DA
82-83 ACTIVITIES: soccer 1 2, 3, 4
class council; 4 hockey 1 2, 3, 4-
capt. tennis 2, 3, 4 AWARDS: all-
GEORGINA A. LEWICKI
9 Wilmarth Lane Plainville LIKES:
horses, good times with friends,
sunsets DISLIKES: unhonest people,
the saying "on the line-'
AMBITION: to evenutally beat K.P.
Deca at states-teaching FAVORITE
MEMORY: April 23, 1983
ACTIVITIES: DECA 3, 4 field hockey
1 3, 4 basketball 1, 2, 3, 4
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 AWARDS: Co-
varsity letters DECA 1st District and
State compition and 5th over all
in the nation OTHER: Thanks to all
the teachers and friends who
with out I would have never
made it-Hi Nikki
18 Sharlene Lane Plainville LIKES:
Robert, Van Helen DISLIKES:
hangovers, R.J. AMBITION: get out
of Plainville FAVORITE SAYING:
"Gotta a buck?" FAVORITE
MEMORY: Jan. 29, 1982
ACTIVITIES: VICA 4
MICHAEL JAMES LYNCH
111 East Bacon Plainville LIKES:
Chris, cars, graduation DISLIKES:
snobs, rich women, skunky beer
AMBITION: to own my own
construction company FAVORITE
SAYING: "Otay" FAVORITE
MEMORY: Norton, Jan. 12, 1982,
first day I met Chris ACTIVITIES:
Walnut St., Plainville
TAMMY LE FOLL
10 Oak Dr. Plainville LIKES:
parties, friends, laughter, to
bother Mr. Perry DISLIKES:
McDonalds, bosses, parties when
my house gets wrecked
AMBITION: to have it all
FAVORITE SAYING: "Why not?"
FAVORITE MEMORY: 5/1/82
ACTIVITIES: class council 1, 2, 3, 4
drama 1, 2, 3, 4 math league 1,
2, 3 Sachem 1, 2, 3 Chieftain 2, 3,
639 East St. Wrentham LIKES: the
coach, rainy days, the beach,
swings, C.G, getting in trouble
DISLIKES: H.L C.K., being in
trouble, fighting with parents
AMBITION: to get my license
FAVORITE SAYING: "Ya making
me cry" "We doin anything
wrong here?" "I believe that."
FAVORITE MEMORY: 9/23, 11/11
ACTIVITIES: field hockey 1, 2, 3
spring track 1, 2, 3 AWARDS:
ROBERT A MADUSKUIE
054 South St Wrenthom LIKES:
summer porties. full moons
DISLIKES: end of summers
AMBITION: to receive degrees in
Architechturol machine drafting
FAVORITE MEMORY: State skill
Olympics, "summer of '80" (Mr.
Bills parties) ACTIVITIES: VICA 2, 0-
P, 4 Chieftain soccer 1 AWARDS:
4th place in locals in VICA 0, 4th
place in locals 2, state finalists in
architectural design at Mass. VICA
140 Ellery St., Wrenthom
609 West St LIKES: horses, water
skiing DISLIKES: rainy days
AMBITION: to be a veteranarian.
FAVORITE SAYING: "Give me a
break." FAVORITE MEMORY: ski
trip 1980 ACTIVITIES: drama 2
NATALIE MAC PHEE
104 River Rd Norfolk LIKES: Joe,
porties, baking, horses DISLIKES:
Summer school AMBITION: to be
good in whatever FAVORITE
SAYING: "I don't know."
FAVORITE MEMORY: my sister's
wedding, meeting Joe ACTIVITIES:
THOMAS JOSEPH MICHEAL
LIKES: concerts, parties, brown
bombers the Dead DISLIKES:
school food, pep rallies, S.A.
AMBITION: to be in a band
FAVORITE SAYING: "Go with the
flow." FAVORITE MEMORY:
summer of '80
19 Noon Hill Ave, Norfolk LIKES:
penguins, pasta DISLIKES: broken
hearts, hearing Wazy's busy
signal AMBITION: to be sucessful
through out my life with a smiling
face. FAVORITE SAYING: "Hi cutie,
how are you?" "Where's Wozy?"
FAVORITE MEMORY: all the
confusing sad, funny, great times
with R.H. and P.W. ACTIVITIES:
cross country 4, spring track 0, 4
gymnastics 1, pep squad 1
AWARDS: National poetry press
OTHER: many thanks for all the
people who helped me get
through my high school years.
"We made it Paige."
STEPHEN L MARLAND
508 Hancock St Wrenthom LIKES:
fast cars, skiing DISLIKES: snobs,
bad drivers AMBITION: to own my
own tree company FAVORITE
SAYING: "Awesome." FAVORITE
MEMORY: summer '80 ACTIVITIES:
band 1, ice hockey 1, 2, 0, 4
AWARDS: Eagle Scout
TIMOTHY G. MASTERSON
20 Spring St. Norfolk LIKES:
"movies" DISLIKES: hearing
"That's the warning bell."
AMBITION: to be successful and
happy FAVORITE SAYING:
"Beautiful" FAVORITE MEMORY:
Slaney's Tempest, '63 prom
ACTIVITIES: football 1, 2, 3, 4
baseball 1. 2, 3, 4
DENISE M. MCCUSKER
36 Campbell St. Norfolk LIKES:
meeting people, 4-wheelen,
Heiniken DISLIKES: cliques, phony
people AMBITION: to be a
hairdresser, successful and rich
FAVORITE SAYING: "What's up
dude, let's party." FAVORITE
MEMORY: Narcon trip with DECA
ACTIVITIES: DECA 3 soccer 1,
gymnastics 1, 2 Softball 1
AWARDS: varsity letter for
gymnastics, manager of
LAURA JEAN MCCRACKEN
71 Cleveland St Norfolk LIKES:
good friends, warm sunny days
DISLIKES: Mondays, algebra
AMBITION: to be happy-to work
with children FAVORITE SAYING:
"OO-LA-LA" FAVORITE MEMORY:
Boston in JAN. and Buffalo in April
ACTIVITIES: DECA 3 OTHER: good
luck Tarzie and Cherzie
45 Stanhope Dr. Norfolk LIKES: Led
Zeppelin, old corvettes DISLIKES:
new music, speed traps
AMBITION: to own a Ferrari
FAVORITE SAYING: "You've gotta
be kidding." FAVORITE MEMORY:
Van Halen-Oct. 1982 ACTIVITIES:
National Honor Society 3, 4
football 2 golf 4 hockey 1, 2 3, 4
baseball 1, 2, 3, 4
KAREN LYNN MERGER
555 West St Wrentham
LIKES: Dill, snow, 151, 66 Comoro,
parties DISLIKES: snobs, taking the
bus, having to soy "good-bye"
AMBITION: to be rich and hove o
cutlass supreme FAVORITE
SAYING: "Delish, Yep, maybe
wotch out." FAVORITE MEMORY:
Kinks, Tull, Paul's house, skipping
with MR and DD, gym with RD,
child core, down the pond with
D.H. OTHER: good times in child
core with MR, SB, BD, RB, KM, PC,
KT, KB. good times with U.S.A.
62 Taunton St Plainville
LIKES: Jim, California, Bud
DISLIKES: rainy days, breaking
doorknobs AMBITION: to live
happily, wealthy in California
with JR FAVORITE MEMORY:
4/1/83 6/25/83 ACTIVITIES: OEA
3 field hockey 2, 3, spring track 1,
2 AWARDS: varsity letter in field
201 South St Plainville
LIKES: Led Zepplin, Hard rock and
SR DISLIKES: work, getting up
early AMBITION: to be o tool and
die maker FAVORITE SAYING:
"Let's get shattered" FAVORITE
MEMORY: summer of '83
19 Spring St. Norfolk
LIKES: weekends, partying with
friends DISLIKES: crowded
hallways, snobs AMBITION: to be
on architect. FAVORITE MEMORY:
TRACEY LEE MILLS
55 Priscilla Ave Norfolk
LIKES: the hug of the day, cape
codders, Led Zepplin, smiles
DISLIKES: waiting, questions
AMBITION: to get through college
and be a nurse and be happy
FAVORITE SAYING: "We're out of
here like a cheap tupee in the
wind." FAVORITE MEMORY: April
29th, to 30th ot the Marriot.
ACTIVITIES: VICA 3, 4 AWARDS:
1st place prepared speech Vica
6th place Nursing VICA OTHER:
Love you always Mrs. Mullen-
take care of yourself.
JOHN J. MOLLOY JR.
156 North St. Norfolk
LIKES: Charlotte, hockey DISLIKES:
6am practices, history, Dizzy-Dav
AMBITION: college hockey
FAVORITE SAYING: "Shutout
tonight." FAVORITE MEMORY:
time, to be and already spent
with Charlotte ACTIVITIES:
President 1 drama 1, 2, National
Honor Society 3 soccer 2, 3, 4
hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 spring track 3, 4
16 Millbrook Dr. Ploinville LIKES: be-
ing with friends, weekends, spend-
ing Sue's money, Kristy's F.D. DIS-
LIKES: not having money, worrying,
lies, sitting on crumbcokes, not re-
membering things AMBITION: to
build a wall so high no one can
knock it down. FAVORITE SAYING:
"Who cares?" FAVORITE MEMORY:
all the good times with SV, RP, KH.,
PC, LP, KD, SG, CC, TL, KV. CO, and
KB AWARDS: prom court '83
CHERYL ANNE NELSON
32 Union St. Norfolk LIKES: writing,
music DISLIKES: science, work AMBI-
TION; writer and poet FAVORITE
SAYING: "I can't believe it." FA-
VORITE MEMORY: killer faucets in
chemistry ACTIVITIES: Sachem 4 No-
tional Honor Society 4 OTHER: biog-
raphy to be printed in the 1982-83
edition of Whose Among American
High School Students
MICHAEL H. MORRISSETTE
50 Mirimichi St. Ploinville LIKES:
S.W., baseball DISLIKES: bench
splinters AMBITION: to become suc-
cessful and happy FAVORITE SAY-
ING: "Leave me alone." FAVORITE
MEMORY: New Year's Eve '82 AC-
TIVITIES: baseball 2, 3, 4
1023 West St. Wrentham LIKES:
CM., playing soccer DISLIKES: mak-
ing difficult decisions, winning only
4 soccer games per season AMBI-
TION: to hurry up and decide what I
want to do for a living and be hap-
py. FAVORITE SAYING: "'Nothin' I'm
just fired." FAVORITE MEMORY: S.T.
'82 7/6/82 ACTIVITIES: class council
3, 4 Girl's State 3 Chieftain 4 soccer
1, 2, 3, 4-capt spring track 2
AWARDS: 3 varsity letters in soccer,
1 varsity letter in spring track
114 Cleveland ST Norfolk LIKES:
food, Hendrix DISLIKES: being tick-
led by Stephanie, Quarter backs
AMBITION: to do what I like, and
get paid for if. FAVORITE SAYING:
"H'ya doin?" FAVORITE MEMORY:
the cape with Tony, Jon and Steve
ACTIVITIES: football 1, 2, 3, 4-capt.
winter track 1 spring track 2, 3, 4-
copt. baseball 1 AWARDS: MVP
freshman football. Best back
58 High St. Ploinville
ANDREW ERIC MUELLER
240 Chestnut St. Wrentham LIKES:
partying with CC, TL, JJ, CN, Skyn-
ard, skiing DISLIKES: plastic people,
physics AMBITION: to become o suc-
cessful Engineer FAVORITE SAYING:
"Where's the deew?" FAVORITE
MEMORY: quarries, Halen gig. Foxy
Lady ACTIVITIES: soccer 1, 2, 3, 4-
capt 3, 4 AWARDS: hockomock all-
star soccer, Woonsocket Call all-star
soccer, MVP soccer OTHER: Good
times with V.W.
DOUGLAS B. NASON
16 Williams St. Wrentham LIKES:
Zepplin, eating DISLIKES: scratched
records AMBITION: to be financially
succESSful FAVORITE MEMORY: par-
ties with the gang ACTIVITIES: foot-
boll 3 basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 tennis 3,
4 baseball 1, 2
HEBERT CARLTON NOBLES JR.
15 Oxbow Dr. Wrentham LIKES: Tiki,
K.D. DISLIKES: making decisions,
fires FAVORITE SAYING: "Don't wor-
ry about it." AMBITION: Engineer
FAVORITE MEMORY: The Yamuns,
8/10/80, Neil Young ACTIVITIES:
soccer 1, 2, 0, 4
181 Chestnut St. Wrentham LIKES:
fast bikes, fast cars DISLIKES: horses,
bicycles AMBITION: to have a hap-
py life. AWARDS: 1st place '82 NE-
TRA Enduro championship 5th place
'79 NETRA Enduro championship 5th
place NETRA Enduro Hare scrambles
28 Fletcher St. Ext, Plainville LIKES:
dancing, nice friends DISLIKES: don-
ufs, snobby people AMBITION: sec-
retary, continue to dance. FAVOR-
ITE SAYING: "No so." ACTIVITIES:
KEVIN M. NELSON
"Get a haircut"
04 Berry St. Plainville LIKES: Gina,
rock n roll, baking Rush DISLIKES:
country and western incompetence
(SP) AMBITION: to make it in rock n
roll, to own my own bake shop FA-
VORITE SAYING: "what are you do-
ing?" FAVORITE MEMORY: graduat-
ing, meeting Gina ACTIVITIES: VICA
0, 4 AWARDS: VICA gold and silver
medals in local and state baking
CHRISTINE M. O'CONNOR
00 Red Bird Rd. Wrentham LIKES:
good times with friends, B-52's DIS-
LIKES: making decisions, saying
"Good bye", not having money
AMBITION: to be happy and suc-
cessful in life FAVORITE SAYING:
"Hi, how are ya?" FAVORITE ME-
MORY: 5/28/82, 1/5/82, 6/10/80
ACTIVITIES: DECA 0-VP soccer 1, 2,
AWARDS: Ord place in district com-
petition for DECA poster
25 Chicatobut Ave. Norfolk LIKES:
happiness, hugs, God DISLIKES: the
green-eyed monster AMBITION:
successful low practice, go to heav-
en, good marriage (not neccessarily
in that order) FAVORITE SAYING:
"Hi, honey" FAVORITE MEMORY:
summer of '80, Deb, Jim, Bridget
ACTIVITIES: class council 2, 3. 4 dra-
ma 1 National Honor Society 3, 4
Chieftain 3, 4 AWARDS: National
History Day, National Merit Scholar-
ELIZABETH ANNE PARKINSON
49 King St. Norfolk LIKES: men,
hearts, hugs, camaros DISLIKES: bad
attitudes, Vegas, in-house AMBI-
TION: operating room nurse FA-
VORITE SAYING: "Yum, munch, De-
lish" FAVORITE MEMORY: summer
of '82, Jethro Tull, October 2, '82
ACTIVITIES: VICA 3, 4-reporter
AWARDS: bronze medal health ser-
vices-VICA bronze medal job inter-
view-VICA OTHER: Thank you Betty
for everything-we love ya.
TAMARA ELIZABETH PADULA
220 Dedham St. Wrentham LIKES:
the Beatles, "Yaz", snow, being
with close friends DISLIKES: making
decisions, being alone, rainy days
AMBITION: to become a happy and
successful interpreter FAVORITE
SAYING: "Ya think so?" "Don't be a
baby." FAVORITE MEMORY: '83
prom, 7/30/83, with DJP, "Bowie in
the rain." ACTIVITIES: student coun-
cil 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4
field hockey 1, 2, 3, 4-copt. basket-
ball, 1, 2, 3, 4 soffball 1, 2, 3, 4
AWARDS: 9 varsity letters in field
hockey, basketball and Softball
OTHER: Love and thanks to: Mom,
Dad, MF, LC, GM, JR. JP, FG, DM, SF,
AA AND ALL MY friends and teach-
ers. I'll miss you all.
9 Fleetwood Dr. Norfolk
10 Harlow Ave. Norfolk LIKES: Har-
ley's, chevelle's DISLIKES: ford 351,
AMC's AMBITION: to own my own
garage FAVORITE SAYING: "Knock
yourself out" FAVORITE MEMORY:
Rush. Black Sabbath
175 Beech St. Wrentham LIKES: Jim,
Led Zeppelin DISLIKES: saying
"Good-bye" FAVORITE SAYING:
"Good job." AMBITION: to be a hair
stylist FAVORITE MEMORY:
51 Archer St. Wrentham LIKES: ani-
mals, food, sailing DISLIKES: snobs,
homework, typing AMBITION: to be
successful in whatever I do. FAVOR-
ITE SAYING: "Nobody's perfect." FA-
VORITE MEMORY: summer '83 Can-
557 Dedham St. Wrentham
64 Mirimichi St., Plainville
11 Evergreen Rd. LIKES: dance, hik-
ing, playing sports DISLIKES: humid
weather, macaroni and cheese AM-
BITION: to travel and to live on a
paradise earth FAVORITE SAYING:
"Just kidding" FAVORITE MEMORY:
California in '83 ACTIVITIES: DECA 3.
4 AWARDS: district Honor Award
and States Achievement Award in
DETH ANN PAULSON
25 Fales Rd. Plainville LIKES: some
German kid, hugs. Rolling Stones,
Woody's DISLIKES: a muddy discus,
thinking of things I dislike AMBI-
TION: to enjoy life FAVORITE SAY-
ING: "I won't say it." FAVORITE ME-
MORY: watching Jan scoop the
toad, Martha's Vinyard with Ken
'83 ACTIVITIES: class President 3
class council 1, 2, 3, 4 National Hon-
or Society 3, 4 field hockey 4 spring
track 1, 2, 3, 4 AWARDS: varsity let-
CHRISTINE MARIE PENNACCHIO
16 Village Green Norfolk LIKES:
friends, sports DISLIKES: snobs, fake
people AMBITION: to be a mechani-
cal engineer FAVORITE SAYING:
"Yeah, right." FAVORITE MEMORY:
Oct. 27, 1982 ACTIVITIES: soccer 2. 3-
manager, 4-m soffball 2, 3, 4
AWARDS: varsity letter
BARBARA J. PAULSON
25 Fales Rd. Plainville LIKES: Jimi.
the Cape DISLIKES: ladders, meteor
showers, avoiding, AMBITION: to
live until I die FAVORITE SAYING:
"That'd be a sight." FAVORITE ME-
MORY: scaring Squid. ACTIVITIES:
student council 1, 2, 3-T, 4-T class
council 1, 2, 3, 4 National Honor Soci-
ety 3, 4 Chieftain 4 OTHER: Hazlett
you'll always be M.F.
PATRICK J. PAYTON
9 Vernon Young Dr. Plainville LIKES:
photography, hiking DISLIKES: new
styles AMBITION: to help save the
environment FAVORITE SAYING:
"Judge a person by the depth of his
soul not by the length of his hair."
FAVORITE MEMORY: Greatful Dead
81, 82. 83, 84 ACTIVITIES: Chieftain
4 AWARDS: Boston Globe Scholastic
Arts Award for photography, re-
ceived three gold key awards and
one blue ribbon finalist award for
Likes: Chippendales, football play-
ers, G.Q. magazine Dislikes:
cliques, haunted houses Ambition:
to get a date with one of the Chip-
pendales. Favorite Memory
11/8/83. 11/9/83 Favorite Saying
What's up? You're a nut. Activities
ANN LOUISE PFISCHNER
5 Clevlond St.. Norfolk
LIKES: morshmellows, summer
nights DISLIKES: creepy spiders,
cleaning up messes AMBITION: to
own o nicer car than my station
wagon FAVORITE SAYING: "Oh
no!" ACTIVITIES: Nat. Honor
Society 3, 4 AWARDS: National
86 Doardman St., Norfolk
LIKES: Journey, Doritos DISLIKES:
sprints, homework AMBITION:
nursing first, then an E.M.T.
FAVORITE SAYING: "Hey Ann, do
you have any gum?" FAVORITE
MEMORY: Rocky Horror with J.E.,
B.P., and K.B. ACTIVITIES: Class
Council 3, 4. Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4-
Capfain, Basketball 1, 2, 4,
Softball 1, 3, 4 AWARDS: Southern
Independent League All-Star for
415 Bennet St., Wrentham
LIKES: weekends, meeting new
people, b.f. DISLIKES: Mondays,
fighting with friends AMBITION: to
travel the world helping people
get better FAVORITE SAYING:
"Awesome" FAVORITE MEMORY:
Somerset with Kir, Sue, and Krys-
'83 ACTIVITIES: Soccer 2, 3
Gymnastics 1, 2, 3 OTHER: Best of
luck to D.P. and Karen Donnelly
11 Henry St.,
LIKES: flying ultralites, lightening
DISLIKES: waiting AMBITION: to be
an electrician FAVORITE SAYING:
"Let's go" FAVORITE MEMORY:
first flight 5/25/63 ACTIVITIES:
VICA 3, 4
43 Grove St., Norfolk
LIKES: California, surfing, warm
weather, being with friends
DISLIKES: school, snow,
vegetables, fake people
AMBITION: To reach all my goals
in life FAVORITE SAYING: "I'm
sure!" FAVORITE MEMORY:
summer of '63, US Festival,
CLIFFORD T. PLADT
22 Ceejay Terrace, Wrentham
LIKES: women DISLIKES: tomatoes
AMBITION: being a plumber with
money FAVORITE SAYING: "Fool!"
FAVORITE MEMORY: going up to
REGINA ANN PETTIS
222 Arnold St., Wrentham
LIKES: pretzels, ice cream
sandwiches, going places with
Beth DISLIKES: having to miss
graduation!! AMBITION: to be a
doctor and an officer in the U.S.
Navy FAVORITE SAYING: "sup?"
FAVORITE MEMORY: Bowie
concert with Beth moving to
Wrentham and meeting B.H., J.R.,
and P.B. ACTIVITIES: Sachem 1
OTHER: I'm going to miss you,
B.H., P.B., and J.R. Have a terrific
graduation. I'll be thinking of
3 Pearl St.. Plainville
LIKES: true friends, deep
conversation, love DISLIKES:
moyonaise, social dilemmas,
good-byes AMBITION: to sing a
duet of "Scarborough Fair" with
Art Garfunkel, to go to heaven
FAVORITE SAYING: "Hey dudes!"
FAVORITE MEMORY: March '83
The day I saw the light, 8/3/83
S&G, 8/25/83 J.T. AWARDS: 3rd
place French Competition day
with "SNOBNOB" '63 OTHER: A
sincere "Thank-you" to all the
special people in my life! May
the Lord bless you all!
KAREN M. POMFRET
62 Harvard La., Wrentham
LIKES: The Who Live at Leeds,
pearly white teeth, smiles
DISLIKES: fighting, shingling my
house AMBITION: to be a
successful business woman
FAVORITE SAYING: "Don't lie to
me!" FAVORITE MEMORY:
summer of '60 ACTIVITIES: Student
Council 3, 4-Vice-Pres., Class
Council 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4-
Captain, Softball 1 AWARDS:
25 Lincoln Ave., Plainville
LIKES: JM, Chinese food, Loverboy
DISLIKES: vegies, my problem
AMBITION: to own my own
restaurant FAVORITE SAYING:
"mammal'' FAVORITE MEMORY:
the summer of '83 7/11/63
ACTIVITIES: VICA 4
JEFFREY H. PLYMPTON
6 Robin St.. Plainville
LIKES: all sports. Comoros DISLIKES:
getting up early, practices,
Mondays AMBITION: to be rich
and successful FAVORITE SAYING:
"How ya doin" FAVORITE
MEMORY: winning the Hockomock
League in Baseball ACTIVITIES:
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2,
3, 4-Captain, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4-
Captain AWARDS: All League
Baseball 3, Sun Chronicle All Stars
3, Milford News, Woonsocket Call
All Star 3. MVP Baseball. Soccer 3
328 Main St., Norfolk
LIKES: partying, playing the drums
DISLIKES: drinking gin with Barney
and Lenny AMBITION: successful
engineer or drummer FAVORITE
SAYING: "Don't woryy about it"
FAVORITE MEMORY: New Year's
Eve 82-83 ACTIVITIES: Football 2,
3, Ice Hockey 1
RAYMOND E. POIRIER Jr.
29 James St., Plainville
LIKES: parties, females, money,
Fridays DISLIKES: work, school,
and Mondays, Tuesdays,
boldly go where no man has
gone before FAVORITE SAYING:
"What's up?" FAVORITE MEMORY:
Horseneck Beach March '83
48 Cypress St.. Wrentham
LIKES: Chris, Camaros, long pink
fingernails DISLIKES: problems,
worrying, hassles, games
AMBITION: to be a groupie for
Def Leppord FAVORITE SAYING:
"WHAT EVER" FAVORITE
MEMORY: My adventures with
Captain Blye in the summer of
'80. The secret summer of '83.
7/3/83, 7/18/63 ACTIVITIES:
Football and Soccer Cheerleader
2, 3, 4-Capfain, Gymnastics 1, 2-
Captain AWARDS: Court 1 OTHER:
Reminder to Kelly don't ever
louse the wall we built, and
don't sit on any more crum cakesl
89 School St., Plainville
LIKES: Alan, parties DISLIKES
signals, red lights AMBITION
secretary FAVORITE SAYING
way" FAVORITE MEMORY:
summer of '82
LAWRENCE A. RAUSCH
1 Juniper La., Norfolk
LIKES: Nebraska, The Sports Page
DISLIKES: getting into accidents,
wearing glasses AMBITION: to
replace Bob Lobel on Channel 4
FAVORITE SAYING: "That's all she
wrote" FAVORITE MEMORY:
when D.A. had Jury Duty
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1, 2, 3. 4-
Captain. Basketball 2, 3, 4 OTHER:
Thanks to T.M. for the use of his
DAVID A. ROCHE
9 Kingsbury Rd.. Norfolk LIKES:
blondes. '67 firebirds DISLIKES:
slowdrivers AMBITION: to win the
Daytono. "500" five times
consecutively FAVORITE SAYING:
"No, you?" FAVORITE MEMORY:
summer of '63 ACTIVITIES: Soccer
JULIE ELIZABETH RUBIN
54 Fruit St., Norfolk LIKES: reading,
music DISLIKES: friends who are
not loyal AMBITION: to go to
college FAVORITE SAYING: "Oh
what a turkey" FAVORITE
129 Hamilton Rd., Wrentham
LIKES: T.C., spaghetti, staying out
late. Twilight Zone DISLIKES:
being broke, alarm clocks, being
tired AMBITION: to be filthy (rich)
FAVORITE SAYING: "Don't touch
me!" FAVORITE MEMORY:
graduation day and night
9 South St., Plainville LIKES:
Richard, unicorns, horses DISLIKES:
snobs, giddy flirts AMBITION: to be
happy FAVORITE SAYING: "Excuse
me?" FAVORITE MEMORY: 10/2,
11/9 ACTIVITIES: Softball 2
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6 Malcom St.. Norfolk LIKES: J.J.,
sunsets, mountains, Pino Coladas,
parties. Led Zeppelin DISLIKES:
brain drain, Marlene, Patty,
Robyn, rainy nights pushing my
car AMBITION: to be a millionaire
FAVORITE SAYING: "ooo baby. I
like it!" FAVORITE MEMORY: The
Kinks. J. Geils, Tull. BOC, Black
Sabbath, partying with Sandy,
Karen, Rob, Kerry, Richard, John,
Ray, Donna Woman, Paul
Johnson's B-Day Party OTHER:
When the whip comes down Lori
and Sandy! Led-Zeppelin lives
forever! Sandy- you were there
even though you were 3000
100 Pleasant St.. Plainville LIKES:
the beach, being with good
friends, weekends, DISLIKES: LN,
mornings, snobs, working
AMBITION: to be a happy and
successful person FAVORITE
SAYING: "Do Duh Eric" FAVORITE
MEMORY: summer of '83, Police
Concert ACTIVITIES: Chieftain 1, 2,
Sring Track 1 OTHER: Good luck
1 State St., Plainville LIKES: being
with friends, going skating
DISLIKES: dishonest people
AMBITION: secretary FAVORITE
SAYING: "Wizard" FAVORITE
MEMORY: summer of 1983
ACTIVITIES: Drama 3, 4
12 Spring Street Plainville
JAMES F. SCHWARTZ
160 Park St.. Wrentham
LIKES: having fun DISLIKES: snobs,
plastic people FAVORITE SAYING:
"Life's tough" FAVORITE
MEMORY: May 17. 1963
STEVEN P. SIMMER
5 Oak Dr.. Plainville
LIKES: Lisa, skiing. Novas DISLIKES:
Monday's practice after losing to
Stoughton in 82 AMBITION: to
become a rich bachelor FAVORITE
SAYING: Maria's spent FAVORITE
MEMORY: 2/27/83 ACTIVITIES:
Football 1, 2, 3, 4-Capfain, Spring
Track 2, 3. 4
18 Noon Hill Ave.. Norfolk
LIKES: two-stroke motorcycles,
snowstorms, skiing DISLIKES:
boring weekends, snotty girls
AMBITION: to explore the
innermost depths of the human
mind FAVORITE MEMORY: Route
16- N.H. FAVORITE SAYING: "Que
JAN-LYN ANN SARAKIN
152 Washington St., Plainville
LIKES: Florida, cars, partying
DISLIKES: studying, having no
money AMBITION: When I know
you'll be the second to know.
FAVORITE MEMORY: Most of my
memories are my favorite.
15 Pinetree Dr., Plainville
LIKES: Darren, partying, loud
music DISLIKES: fighting with
Darren, liars. S.S. AMBITION: to
marry Darren and be happy
FAVORITE SAYING: Oh well, too
bad FAVORITE MEMORY: asking
Darren for the first kiss ACTIVITIES:
OEA 2 OTHER: Julie, thanks for all
the laughs. Mr. Lazarra you're
HEATHER PAMELA SHEARMAN
1 Birchwood Dr., Plainville
LIKES: Roy, dancing, children
DISLIKES: saying good-bye to Roy,
cancellation of child carel
AMBITION: to help all the
handicapped and unfortunate
children of the world. FAVORITE
SAYING: "Life will go on!"
FAVORITE MEMORY: Thanksgiving
Dance of '82 with Roy, 1/1/83
ACTIVITIES: OEA 2. Chieftain 2.
Tennis 1 AWARDS: essay
published in National Essay Press
OTHER: Thanks Mark for always
being there when others weren'fl
7 Wade Rd., Plainville
LIKES: Adam Ant. clothes. New
York City DISLIKES: cliques, spiders
AMBITION: to get my license
FAVORITE SAYING: "What!"
FAVORITE MEMORY: August 1983
ACTIVITIES: OEA 3. VICA 4
AWARDS: Office Education
Verbal Communicafion-5th place
46 Seekonk St. Norfolk
ROBERT J. SIROIS
14 Cooney Ave., Plainville LIKES:
Tracey DISLIKES: teachers that
give F's AMBITION: to own o
business in the future FAVORITE
SAYING: "That's part of life"
FAVORITE MEMORY: summer of
'83 ACTIVITIES: DECA 3-Pres.. 4-
"T.C. Foole, The Cosmic Fool"
110 Pork St., Norfolk LIKES: The
Moodies, the woods, camping
DISLIKES: pop music, disco,
passiveness, people who never
say anything AMBITION: to be
unbelievably, but comfortably,
wealthy FAVORITE SAYING: "Are
you sure about that?" FAVORITE
MEMORY: Jim's Grad Party
ACTIVITIES: Drama 1, 2, 3, 4
OTHER: I'm leaving at an
unbelievable speed with one
heck of a cloud of dust behind
me- so thick that I won't be able
to see what's behind me.
RICHARD HENRY SMITH III
21 Colonial Way, Plainville LIKES:
sports, Beatles, Cheers, winning
DISLIKES: Russian whalers, losing,
sceptics of U.F.O's AMBITION:
have a long and happy life
FAVORITE MEMORY: 1977 Ontario
New York C-team Champs
ACTIVITIES: Football 1, 2, 3, 4-
Captain, Basketball 2, 3, 4-
Captain, Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4-
KEN G. STAREFOS
12 Village Green, Norfolk LIKES:
racing modifides DISLIKES: pitted
chrome AMBITION: to own a
modified super bike FAVORITE
SAYING: "I need a tube!"
FAVORITE MEMORY: going with
B.D.L. ACTIVITIES: Student Council
3, Band 1, Football 1
KYLE DAVID SiOCKWELL
59 Taunton St., Plainville
LIKES: Billy Joel, snowshoeing,
Bruce Springsteen, The Outdoors
DISLIKES: homework, Monday
mornings, pollution AMBITION: to
see the whole UNITED STATES by
foot FAVORITE SAYING: "No
homework tonight." FAVORITE
MEMORY: Philmonf '82 ACTIVITIES:
Class Council 2, 3, 4, Boy's State
3, Nat. Honor Society 3, 4, Soccer
1 AWARDS: Who's Who among
American High School Students,
National History Day Contest
73 South St.
TIMOTHY P. SLANEY
35 Spring St., Plainville LIKES:
Ellen, Florida DISLIKES: losing,
accidents AMBITION: to be
financially secure FAVORITE
SAYING: "No problem" FAVORITE
MEMORY: 1/1/83 ACTIVITIES:
Student Council 3, VICA 4,
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Spring Track 1,
79 Walnut St., Plainville LIKES:
spontanaity, purple pens, Tab,
General Hospital DISLIKES: people
who take life too seriously,
peanutbutter, empty bank
accounts AMBITION: to be sipping
tea in the land downunder
wondering which way is up
FAVORITE SAYING: "I always
know where I'm going once I
figure out where I am. FAVORITE
MEMORY: Any Ambassador
Weekend ACTIVITIES: WKPH 4,
Nat. Honor Society 3, 4, Chieftain
GEORGE E. TINKER
655 Madison ST., Wrentham
LIKES: Black Sabbath, beautiful
girls AMBITION: to be a machinist
and marry a beautiful girl
FAVORITE SAYING: "Spliffed. die
with your boots on!" FAVORITE
MEMORY: my wild and crazy S3
summer ACTIVITIES: Band 1, 2, 3,
29 School St., Plainville
LIKES: Kirk, cruisin' with K.M. and
K.A. DISLIKES: cold mornings, thick-
headed people AMBITION: to
drive a Peterbuilt cross country
with Kirk FAVORITE SAYING:
"Really?" FAVORITE MEMORY:
Jan. 27, 1964
499 South St., Wrentham
LIKES: dirt bikes, partying, drums,
guitar DISLIKES: always having to
do what mother says, preps
AMBITION: to be a successful
machinist FAVOTITE SAYING:
"Like, let's party!"
16 Naugatuck Ave., Norfolk
LIKES: being with my friends,
being crazy, smile, the beach
K.G.E., moon's barn, weekends,
parties DISLIKES: rumors, D.W.K.M.,
Monday mornings AMBITION: to
marry a millionaire, kill him, and
inherit his money FAVORITE
SAYING: Whatever FAVORITE
MEMORY: summer of '63,
8/15/81, being with the two LV'S,
C.W.P. OTHER: Good luck P.C..
K.M., R.P., K.B., K.H., LP., S.G.,
K.V., L.V., T.M., I love ya!
17 Mathurin Rd., Plainville
LIKES: summer, homework
DISLIKES: Ted's work AMBITION: to
finish school FAVORITE SAYING:
"C'mon guys" FAVORITE
MEMORY: Ralph ACTIVITIES: Golf
1, 2, 3, 4 AWARDS: All-Hockomock
BRUCE W. VIDETO
East Bacon St., Plainsville
LIKES: long hair DISLIKES: haircuts
FAVORITE SAYING: "That's
irritating!" FAVORITE MEMORY:
Blues jams with K.N. and D.G.
KENNETH R. WAGNER
610 Eostside Rd., Wrentham
LIKES: Barracudas, partying
DISLIKES: getting caught, snobs,
dizzy women AMBITION: to be
happy and successful in Computer
Engineering FAVORITE SAYING:
"Huh? I got no gas?" FAVORITE
MEMORY: being with A.A. in '82
ACTIVITIES: Football 1
12 Fleetwood Dr., Norfolk
LIKES: fun days with Susie, pizza,
Italian guys DISLIKES: when it
rains, two-faced people
AMBITION: to get my red corvett,
$ FAVORITE SAYING: "Where's
Susie?" FAVORITE MEMORY:
meeting T.S., finally realizing I
have a true best friend, S.M.
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 2, 3, Winter
Track 1, Spring Track 3, 4
AWARDS: MVP for soccer JV 3
OTHER: Thanks Suzanne for
always being there.
26 Holbrook St.. Norfolk LIKES: bas-
ketball, cars DISLIKES: sprints, car ac-
cidents when it's my carl AMBITION:
to retire early with a lot of money
FAVORITE SAYING: "Are you seri-
ous?" FAVORITE MEMORY: summer
78 ACTIVITIES: Math League 1, 2. 3,
Football Statistician 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer
1, Basketball 2. 3, 4 AWARDS: two
varsity letters in basketball, three
varsity letters in football
265 Berry St.
WILLIAM G. WENZEL
16 Rockwood Rd.. Norfolk LIKES:
Bowie, Jazz DISLIKES: classical
wimps AMBITION: to be successful
FAVORITE SAYING: "More" FAVOR-
ITE MEMORY: being 1st in WBZ's
band ACTIVITIES: Class Officer-Tres.
1. Drama 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band
Council 4, Golf 1 AWARDS: Louis
Armstrong 81-82, 82-83
WILLIAM F. WEIR
1 Lynn Ave., Plainville LIKES: sports,
CCR DISLIKES: greedy people, Mon-
days AMBITION: to be successful FA-
VORITE SAYING: "What's happen-
ing?" FAVORITE MEMORY: Fairho-
ven baseball G Game ACTIVITIES:
Basketball 2, 3, 4 Baseball, 1, 2, 3,
4-Capt. AWARDS: 1983 Defensive
Player for Baseball, varsity letters-
5 Vernon Young Dr., Plainville
LIKES: Rush DISLIKES: The Cold AMBI-
TION; to live very well off FAVOR-
ITE MEMORY: Rush Concert '82 AC-
TIVITIES: VICA 4
DENISE ANN WOODWORTH
19 Ware Dr., Norfolk LIKES: punk
rock, talking, meeting new people,
being with friends, DISLIKES: argu-
ing, not getting enough sleep AM-
BITION: to become a Registered
Nurse FAVORITE SAYING: "ya, right-
surell" FAVORITE MEMORY: David
Bowie- '83, meeting Stephie, The
Marriot April 29, 30, 1983 ACTIVI-
TIES: Student Council 1, 2, 3-Sec,
VICA 3, 4-Sec. Spring Track 1. 2, 3-
Captain, 4-Captain AWARDS: silver
medal in Local VICA Competition,
finalist at District VICA Competition,
Bronze medal at State VICA Com-
petition OTHER: All my love and
thanks to "mom" Mullin- I'll miss
'". . . ..
34 Madison St.
101 Bennett St.
10 Dlake Rd„ Wrentham LIKES:
Dean, M.G., parties DISLIKES: work,
school AMBITION: cosmetology FA-
VORITE SAYING: I hate you FAVOR-
ITE MEMORY: Veteran's Day '82
ACTIVITIES: OEA 4. Bond 1. 2, 3. 4
AWARDS: Band awards
10 Blake Rd., Wrentham LIKES: girls,
Maine, Journey DISLIKES: work,
math AMBITION: to join the Air-
borne Rangers FAVORITE MEMORY:
10/25/82 ACTIVITIES: DECA 3, Band
2, 3, 4, Jazz Band 3, 4
19 Marshall St. LIKES: Sean, Mus-
tangs, Chevelles DISLIKES: school,
getting up early AMBITION: to be-
come a successful nurse FAVORITE
MEMORY: November 23, 1983
AWARDS: 2nd place runner-up in
Local VICA Competition
12 Malcolm St
60 Myrtle St
MARIA ANN COLLETTO
45 Circle Dr. Wrentham LIKES: tick-
ling Joey, challenges, smiles Ap-
pollo bodies, real friends DISLIKES:
crossing the street, frogs, not know-
ing why?, cleaning up F.K.'s chow
AMBITION: "to find happiness in this
world, and strive to reach all my
goals FAVORITE SAYING: "Ya
spent" FAVORITE MEMORY: all
good times spent with friends AC-
TIVITIES: class council 1, 2, 3, 4 OTH-
ER: Thanks to everyone during the
JOHN ADAMS leaves the blue von fo Dick Ahem.
TRACY ALLEN leaves Raulph Lauren fo Jennifer ond an Avon book to
YVONNE ALLEN leaves Sheryl R. five more years of school, Good Luck.
WADE ALIX leaves happy-the four years are over.
HOPE ANDERSON leaves a special congratulations fo D.H. for graduating.
JENNIFER ANDREWS leaves four years of high school life to her six brothers
JULI ANDREWS leaves soda cans to Mr. T, her flag to Kris H, and her spot on
the field to N.M.
KAREN ANDREWS leaves all her hacks to the machine shop instructors.
SARAH ANDREWS leaves a J.K. to Robyn for those "special occasions".
CHARLENE ANTHONY leaves a couple pounds for anybody who wants it.
MARIA ARADO leaves Good Luck to friends
KIM ARNHOLS leaves two more excellent years for Wendy and Jen and
four for Walt.
JEFF AUGUST leaves a lecture on "The Problems of Todays Youth" to
anyone who will listen.
WENDY AXWORTHY leaves Heidi Hensen faith, hope, praying, and determi-
nation-Go for it!!; KNS a living S-10.
KARL DACKLUND leaves a case of Molson.
JAMES BAKER leaves a years supply of lettuce for Mrs. Maxell's herd of
PATRICIA BAKER leaves JB's Moosehead T-shirt to Jenn, two dimes and a
nickle to "the stud" at the Colonial Hilton in Lynnfield, mounds of pasta to
the remaining Pasfalets, and Best of Luck to BH, GP, JR. BB, and JB now ond
RENE BALENTS leaves Karen Good Luck-I hope you make it.
STEVE BARNES leaves all his homework.
KIM BARRY leaves the Brown Bomb to Sue.
WILLIAM BARTON leaves his report card.
KRISTY BAZAIRE leaves purple sweats fo S.G. and S.V., an ardvark fo Paulo,
and oodles and oodles of moonsbarn to S.V.
DONNA BEASTON leaves all her lost locks somewhere in the halls of K.P.
KENT BELCHER leaves his memories of King Philip.
ELIZABETH BJORKMAN leaves TB all the clothes she borrowed from her, KB
a day at QM without getting bagged chasing cars to TA.
DANIEL BOUCHER leaves five zoobies for Mr. Houde.
KAREN BROOKS leaves the three best friends going forever strong and to
T.B. and K.M. all of the sayings they learned in geometry.
SANDRA BROSNAN leaves Good Luck to Matt, Karen, and Donna.
LAURA BORTOLOTTO leaves Mr. G's corny jokes fo future Deca Doobies.
BRIDGET BLINCO leaves all her chores to Brian and best wishes fo DH at
CORINNA BROWN leaves three more long years to Diane ond the books to
JOE BRUNEAU leaves the percussion section lots of luck.
TRACY BUDD leaves the three best friends still going strong and luck fo S.B,
M.S, and A.L.
DOUG CARSON leaves his repelling rope hanging off a cliff, with directions
to an ultimate reality.
PAT CASTRO leaves Biology experiments to Plantes and English class to C.C.
PAULA CHARRON leaves talking too fast, a dime to Kristy, her laugh to Biv,
and oodles and oodles of the best times to Susan, Sue, and Kel.
CHRIS CHERRY leaves the plumbing shop.
JIM CLEAVES leaves his fires tracks in the parking lot.
BOB COOKE leaves 2000 wheat pennies for Dennis.
PAUL CONLIN leaves a calculator to Mr. Morgan.
TONY CORDANI leaves sympathy for future K.P. students.
CHRIS COSSETTE leaves all the morning practices to M.D. and M.S. and
boring parties to G.C.
JON CROWELL leaves his Converse to Neil Crowell ond a hug to Kerri
TOM CURLEY leaves Sab to do all the dirty work.
JOHN CURTIN leaves K.P. behind in his own car.
DAWN DADMON leaves her pink mini skirt to Deanna Dwelly and a new
tie to Mr. Guillemetfe.
BRENDA DAHLBECK leaves hoping Kevin and Bob will soon follow.
CHERYL DAVID leaves best of luck now and always to the class of "84".
MIKE DAVIS leaves Mr. Lombard a pack of Redman.
KATHY DEMERS leaves all the times she and Cheryl skipped school.
MARK DOHERTY leaves Heather S. and Lisa G. "The Helping Hand" to guide
them through life.
DAN DRISCOLL leaves Led Zeppelin cranking in the halls.
MICHEAL DUBE leaves fo Nieva, the Tardis and K-9 and the Darleks to guard
RICHARD DUQUETTE leaves all the pencils and english books.
MICHAEL DUMONT leaves the fruit punch fo anyone who can handle it.
AMY DUNN leaves K.P. to Bri, freezing cold auditoriums fo Mr. D.; thanks fo
Mr. B. ond takes her progress, and thanks to teachers, friends, and family
with love and best wishes.
JOAN EDWARDS leaves a new track and a great team to Mr. Bertelette.
BILL GOLDEN leaves Mr. Celata from baking in the will so he can't bother
MARK FIORILLO leaves rabbit food to Mrs. Maxell and fundraisers to Mr.
MICHAELA FITZGERALD leaves the yearbook "pizza meetings" to Char-
lotte, "DA" to all underclassmen, and all highschool freshmen forever.
JENNIFER FOLEY leaves one more year to Sue, Kristen, and Karen, and two
years to Jane.
DOREEN FORTIER leaves Mole to the undergrads.
KRISTEN GALLAGHER leaves the ooooies to Jon, an airplane to fly high in
the sky to Beth, a very dead Duster to Wendy, and one BIFF-any size,
shape, or color fo Mr. Mutari.
CYNTHIA GALVIN leaves a road that leads to Woonsocket.
ANN GATIE leaves all alligators fo Mr. Schmidt and a quiet study to Mr.
MIKE GAQUIN leaves aft his grades and any other recorded data.
LISA GELORAN leaves SSE, OOB, BID, and BRP, etc. to Mrs. Mullin and all her
future Health Students.
JEFFREY GEORGE leaves Neal C. three more long years of K.P.
STACEY GERMAINE leaves a soccer ball to Karen P.
DAVID GHIONI leaves an empty locker for Steph and a great senior year.
Good luck Honey!
RICHARD GILLESPIE leaves his eyeballs.
FRED GILLIS leaves all his books to his little sister and haircuts to tktve,
Kevin, and Bruce.
FIONA GRAHAM leaves rainy mornings at the bus stop to Ken and Friday
night parties to anyone who wants them.
SUE GRAVES leaves oodles and oodles of Moon's Barn and good times fo
S.V; P.C; K.M; K.B. ond her pencil to C.H. ond suspenders fo J.J. and K.L.
JANET GREER leaves all her headaches that she got from the teachers for
not doing her homework.
BOB HADDLETON leaves the cage to whoever likes falling off of Catwalks
and a free perm fo Sue and Ann.
LON HARGREAVES leaves his colored drawing pencils and his artwork.
HAROLD HARROP leaves Mr. Salovifz with on empty choir.
DONNA HARTFORD leaves last minute routines and wedgies to future
CHRIS HAYDEN leaves indiscipline to the future tennis team.
MIKE HAZLETT leaves half a bottle of Wild Turkey to the Math Department
(J. Fagan, Moth).
ELIZABETH HEALY leaves 4 years of treacherous highschool to her sister
ED HOLMES leaves his bottle collection to Mr. Lavallee.
JULIE HOLMES leaves ice cream in Mr. Schmidt's refrigerator.
KIRSTEN HOLST leaves Good Luck to Bob and Jim, and Good Luck to all
future students of Mrs. Casper, (no offense)
JUKKA HONKANIEMI leaves memories about Finland.
KRISTEN HOWARD leaves "the screenplay" to John, Hungarian tarts to Mike
and Steve, and an instant patch kit to Julie for unexpected "emergencies".
PAT HUGHES leaves a monogrammed belt buckle and matching pen and
pencil set for Dick Ahern.
PETER INTRIERI leaves his fires in K.P.'s parking lot.
JAN KANNALLY leaves K.P. an incredible piece of machinery, known as the
STEPHANIE KATZ. along with SUE VAPHIADES AND KIRSTEN HOLST leave Mr.
Simarrian more pictures for his screen.
PATRICK KEENAN leaves the thought of getting up every morning to go to
JEFF KEILEN leaves school with his car in one piece.
DENISE KELLY leaves love to Toby, and her "bells" to future cheerleaders.
WENDY KENERSON leaves Orange Wood Sfix and Reseser Annie to Ms.
Mullin and Mr. Pillorella.
JACQUE KING leaves Jim Kim four years at her old French and Spanish
JEN KING leaves homeroom 221 forever and ever and upper lockers to
anyone under 5'2".
KEN KUNDERT leaves his bench-burned baseball pants to Coach Lombard.
PAGE LACHANCE leaves all the days she didn't skip for D.L.
MARY LALIBERTE' leaves a life supply of Jungle Juice to Auntie T.
ED LANAGAN leaves Mr. Pierce with all his lote notes.
TIGER LANG leaves his fomenting to Mark Dittrich.
ELIZABETH LAROCHELLE leaves all the smoke in the lavs.
PAUL LAVALLEE leaves the chalk to Mr. Lavallee.
HENRY LAVALLY leaves Colleen T. with a new personality.
KEN KENERSON leaves all his unfinished work.
SEAN LEE leaves one large nylon Air Force flight suit and a pair of black
TAMMY LEFOLL leaves six years of K.P. to Steven and Tracy and great times
RICH LEVERONI leaves underworld connections to Mark Dittrich.
GINA LEWICKI leaves her office to Mr. G. and nurse Max and the cash
register in the restaurant ain't fixed.
LISA LUNDSTEDL leaves best wishes to Kim Flower, the last of the betties.
COLLEEN LYNCH leaves Cheryl's locker alone.
MIKE LYNCH leaves a football uniform and a wooden tool box.
CHERYL MACDONALD leaves her school books to next years seniors.
NATALIE MACPHEE leaves her uniform to culinary arts.
ROBERT MADUSKUIE leaves Mrs. Fagan his geometry notes, Mrs. Riley all
his unfinished drawings, and Mr. Young all his hall passes.
TOM MAHONEY leaves all uncleoned sinks in the graphic arts room to Sue.
SUZANNE MARCARELLI leaves her red shoes for anyone to dance the blues.
STEPHEN MARLAND leaves French classes to Joe.
TIM MASTERSON leaves happy-the four years are over.
LAURA MCCRACKEN leaves her top locker to anyone who can reach it.
DENISE MCCUSKER leaves her comb.
SEAN MC KAUGHLIN leaves the football pool to Mark Dittrich.
JAMES MCPHERSON leaves Elmo, Tom Barton, and Steve another year.
KAREN MERCIER leaves with a little help from Mrs. V.
LAURIE MILLER leaves all the new school rules.
TRACEY MILLS leaves the sensuous nurses of "84", Mrs. Mullin's conscience.
JAY MALLOY leaves the White-Hen Pantry in Franklin to Russ and new tires
MIKE MORRISSETTE leaves S.W. the best of luck.
ANDY MUELLER leaves episodes of the Twilight Zone to the class of "85"
KELLY MULLIN leaves the night they spent at Sue G.'s house.
JOEL MURRAY leaves a path of destruction.
DENISE MYETTE leaves good luck to all upcoming seniors.
DOUG NASON leaves a large orange, no ice.
CHERYL NELSON leaves all her broken typewriters.
KEVIN NELSON leaves forever.
CARL NOBLES leaves Tanker a wet paper bag.
CHRISTINE O'CONNOR leaves happy and looking forward to the future.
LISA OLSZEWSKI leaves four fast years at K.P.H.S. to her brother Mark.
TAMMY PADULA leaves 2 + 7=9 or 27 to Michaela, S.A.M. and Da* 83 to
the unsuspecting underclassmen, and love and luck to all her friends.
LEIGH PANETTIERE leaves Dr. Goldman's English class to V.J. (if he's lucky)
and to Heidi-the language of the living.
BARBARA PAPPAS leaves Chris Arraiz another year of school.
SUSAN PARKER leaves luck to Mrs. Campos-(what will she do without her
BETH PARKINSON leaves three years of smoke from Lori and her to a certain
SHERI PATENAUDE leaves another year of Mr. Besaw to Robbin and Chris.
BARBARA PAULSON leaves John and Glenn the cellar floor, a ketchup
sauna to W.S, Karen and Maria lounge on the couch, a trip to S.W./C.S, and
thanks to Beth for being there, too.
BETH PAULSON leaves her legs to Barbra, a "hynhl" to Robin and Cheryl,
thanks to Mrs. Bremer, and the best of luck to her besfest buddies.
PATRICK PAYTON leaves his tattered denim jacket.
CHRISTINE PENNACHIO leaves C.A. another year at K.P.
LISA PERRY leaves the comments to the next new gtrl.
LORRAINE PETROSIAN leaves all the laps in soccer to Lewis (Lewy).
REGINA PETTIS leaves 4 frustrating years of high school to Melanie.
ANN PFISCHNER leaves luck for Robert.
PAUL PIERCE leaves the electrical shop an antenna.
KEN PIMENTAL leaves various pieces of rust in the parking lot and a "Good
Luck" to the best of friends.
LAURA PITT leaves the view from the porch to Jon C.
RAY POIRIER leaves all the wirenufs and screws in his draws to Joe Brown.
KAREN POMFRET leaves the long walks to school to A.L, and C.L and b-ball
tricks to J.J, and K.L
RITA PRESTON leaves the volvo to Kelly and Sue to clean and one summer
she doesn't remember to B.L.
JEFF PURDON leaves Tanker directions to Tom's bathroom.
LARRY RAUSCH leaves a black T-shirt with D.A. "83" printed on it to Mr.
SERENA RICHARDS leaves a "Best of Luck" wish to Ms. B.
LORI RINALDI leaves 3 incredible years of gym to Ms. Pfeffer.
LORI RITCHIE leaves two more years of school to Robin Ritchie.
JENNIFER ROBBINS leaves Penny to keep on harassing Lee "Moose".
DAVID ROCHE leaves his totaled Maverick.
PAULETTE ROSA leaves all her free time with Mu to Mi.
MARISA ROSS leaves Good Luck to Karen, Matt (ha, ha), and Donna.
LINDA ROY leaves one more year of K.P. to Chris Arraiz.
JULIE RUBIN leaves 3 of her own books to the King Philip Library.
JAN SARAKIN leaves all the bent lockers, and the stuck ones too, to her
KIM SHANKS leaves ice cream in the science lab.
HEATHER SHEARMAN leaves cold morning walk-ins to Kim Shanks.
JENNIFER SIGNORE leaves her curling brush to Tracy.
STEVE SIMMER leaves those long hours of practice to next years footl
TIM SLANEY leaves Ricey with no Asst. Recreation Director.
SEAN SLATTERY leaves with the greatest of haste-so long, see you no time
RICHIE SMITH leaves a good luck wish for King Philip Sports in the future.
KEN STAREFOS leaves all the B.S.
HELEN STEPANOVITCH leaves clap games to Grandma, chocolate brownies
to Karen, and eggrolls and emerson to Leigh, and a special thanks to Heidi
for always being there.
KYLE STOCKWELL leaves a calculator to Mr. Morgan.
DARLEEN SWANSON leaves two more years to Matt Ross.
JIM TENNYSON leaves his sanity, the only thing K.P. left him besides a
BRIAN THERIAULT leaves everything related to school.
GEORGE TINCKER leaves all his cigarette butts in s shoes.
BRUCE VIDETO leaves all his broken drumsticks to Dave's drawer.
SUE VAPHIADES leaves oodles and oodles of Moons Barn and the pits to
Paula, Kelly, and Rita and purple sweats to Kristy and Sue.
KEN WAGNER leaves one million dollars for R.A. to finish his car and Good
Luck to D.S. and T.S.
LYNDA WARBURTON leaves all of her years in K.P.
PAIGE WAZAN leaves her long legs to Susie Marcarelli.
WILLIAM WEIR leaves first base up for grabs to next years baseball team.
BILL WENZEL leaves many headaches to whomever will stay in a band.
MARC WOLPERS leaves a thousand wheat pennies for Dennis and some
coordination for Rappa.
DENISE WOODWORTH leaves cruisin' in the "Red Bomb" with Steph, Karen,
Maria, Beth, and Barb.
MARY ZERRIEN leaves all the mean teachers to Richie Z.
BILL ZERRIEN leaves all his lost books.
JANICE ZIMMER leaves never having to return again.
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Mary Ellen & Billy
Beth & Barbara Paulson
Kirsten Hoist &
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Dianne Smith President
Tina Crowley Vice-President
Cathy Peterson Secretory
Angela Dire Treasurer
Mary Jane King
J. Mike Little
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Roy Nelson Vice-President
Michelle Reid Secretory
Fronk Plott Treasurer
Ann Patricia DeForge
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Tracey A. Nelson
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Mr. G. Shores
Miss J. Ryan
Mr. J. Shores
Mrs. N. Tower
Miss Pauline Slessard
Mrs. Helen Berry
Miss Debra Tellier
Miss Kothy Cataldo
Mrs. Alice Casavanf
Ms. Judy Delahanty
Ms. April Srelzmann
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(standing): D. Treen, E. Moore, G. Mitchell, H.
Sweeney, J. Landry, C. Phelan, F. Coughlan,
M. Hughes, (kneeling): C. Troiano, E. DiSciullo,
G. Urmston, M. Wiklund.
The automotive program stresses basic
skills needed in servicing automobiles
and trucks. Students gain a thorough
knowledge of the materials and
equipment used by auto mechanics.
They may apply their knowledge and
skills in varied careers such as: auto
mechanic, fleet mechanic, or
automotive parts supplier.
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Students in the automotive program are: Sean
Dailey, Harry Fish, Kenneth Kearns, Edwin
Lanagan, Harry Sanborn, Kenneth Starefos,
Joseph Hemmingsen, Thomas Lewicki, Steve
Marolda, Paul Parker, Roger Sulham, James
Cronin, Colin O'brien, Philip Smith, David
Jollimore, and Thomas Ruan.
Business Education students are
known for building skills and
knowledges and forward-looking
preparation for the evolving electronic
world of business. They mean
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The carpentry program gives students
general and specific information
concerning the field of carpentry.
Students in the first two years of the
course learn fundamental skills such
as millwork and framework. As juniors
and seniors, they put their knowledge
to work in building the King Philip
The students involved in the carpentry program
are: Steven Alix, Karl Dacklund, John Curtin,
Daniel Driscoll, Richard Duquette, Michael
Lynch, John Olson, John Simon, and Alan
Wisniewski. Also, David Bishop, Kenneth Booth,
John Cronin, James Ferris, James Flynn, Charles
Fruci, Bruce LeBlanc, Joy Newman, Brian Prout,
Brian Buja, Elizabeth Lynch, Darren Meau,
Anthony Megna, Steven Peloquin, Elaine
Swenson, and Donald Berry are participants.
The Distributive Education program
provides students with training in
marketing, retailing, and
management. Students practice their
skills first in the school store and
restaurant and later in local
businesses. They also participate in
the Distributive Education Clubs of
America, a national youth
organization designed to promote
excellence in business skills.
Students involved in Distributive Education are:
James Baker, Laura Dortolotto, William
Chartrand, Dawn Dadmun, Mary Doherty, Mark
Fiorillo, Tony Huggins, Kenneth Jefferson. Sharon
Johnson, Mary Laliberfe, Georgina Lewicki,
Denise Macusker, Sheri Patenaude, Robert
Sirois, Barry Southern, Robert Welsh, Elizabeth
Baker, Laurel Clontz, Michael Clow, Marcia
Dorsey, Marina Farrand, Stephanie Fearnley,
Edward Higgins, John Houseworth, Cynthia
Hurkett, Karen Kenerson, Nancy Mackenzie,
Glen Marriett, Christine Parker, Tracy Arena,
Chris Bettencourt, Allison Boughner, Sherylene
Bowes, Lisa Healey, Ramona Johnson, Kristen
Mayo, Nancy Miner, Majliss Nelson, James
Themisfokleous, Katie Molloy, and Gina Videto.
The drafting course is geared to give
students a fundamental knowledge of
drafting in the technical world. After
students have mastered basic skills,
they may select an area of
specialization. Often students apply
their drafting skills to other fields with
which they may be oriented.
Students involved in the drafting course ore:
Patrick Castro, Scott Craig, Michael Errington,
Raymond Howard, Paul Johnson, Robert
Maduskie. Thomas Veser, Steven White, James
Coffin, Deanna Dwelley, Charles Pearson,
James McCarthy, Thomas Rammel, Mike
Demaria, and Edward Venteroso.
The electrical program prepares
students for many options in the
electrical field. Students gain practical
training by wiring the house the
carpentry students build. They may
put this training to use as a
residential or a commercial electrician.
Students involved in the electrical program are:
William Barton, John Bernardini, Paul Brennan,
Harold Harrop, Henry Lavalley, Kevin Mckay,
Steven Palmborg, Paul Pierce, Raymond Puinier,
Timothy Slaney, Raymond Poirier, Bruce Videto,
and Paul Yarrington. Also, Keith Buckley, David
Charlebois, Joseph Delsignore, Debra Dunn,
Dennis Gregoire, Kelley Lewis, Michael Little,
Michael Shea, Eric Burke, Christopher Coffin,
Warren Cherry, Edward Gorham, Gerald Kelly,
Sue Hardy, Robert Kenerson, Robert Molloy,
Paul Morse, Jeffrey Narold, Robert OConnel,
Richard Sabin, Timothy Pothier, Michael Shaw,
and Steven Zambesi are participants.
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The food service program is designed
to teach the basic steps needed for
all food service operations. Students
practice cooking and baking skills in a
work environment. They may go on
to apply these skills in restaurants,
hotels, or bakeries.
Students involved in the food service program
are: Kathleen Burke, William Golden, Lisa
Lunstedt, Natalie MacPhee, Kevin Nelson, Paul
Green, Serena Richards, Lori-Ann Ritchie, Robyn
Alger, Deborah Allsworth, James Cleaves,
Evelyn Howe, Kenneth Ireland, Susan Johnson,
Diane Larkin, Robyn Lee, Diane Moore, Donna
Shannon, Joseph Sirois, Stacy Slack, Melissa
Denoit, Keller Cronin, Denise Errington, Jennifer
Greer, Michelle Marchand, Kristine Rietz, Tracey
Nelson, and Pam Weidman.
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The 2000 square foot graphic arts
laboratory provides students with an
ideal setting to pursue studies in the
many aspects of offset lithography.
While students will be exposed to a
multitude of areas in this field, they
will have the opportunity to
specialize in layout and design, copy
preparation, typesetting, photography,
stripping, offset printing, platemaking,
and bindery operations. The use of
modern techniques, processes, tools,
and materials will provide the
students with saleable skills of a solid
foundation to pursue post secondary
The Graphic Arts Industry is one of the
fastest growing industries in our ever
increasing technological world, having
experienced phenominal growth until
it now represents over 8 percent of
the gross national product and enjoys
an annual gross of over 25 billions of
The Health program provides the
opportunity for students to explore the
varied careers in the Health Care
field. As juniors and seniors, the
students practice patient care skills
learned in the classroom-labratory in
local Health Care facilities.
Students involved in the Health program are:
Lisa Geloran, Wendy Kennerson, Tracey Mills,
Elizabeth Parkinson, Darleen Swanson, Denise
Woodworth, Janice Zimmer, Robin Andrews,
Ann Gatie, Melissa Hayes, AnnMarie Higgins,
Kirsten Hoist, Heidi Drier, and Kimberly Daron.
The machinist's trade was born in the
early days of the Industrial Revolution
and survives as a vital component of
the high technology industries of 1983.
Students in the King Philip machine
shop program study the skills that will
qualify them for entry level jobs in
the machine tool industry. As they
progress in their trade, many will find
themselves involved in such exotic
specialities as robotics and bio-medical
Students involved in fhe machine shop are:
Yvonne Allen, Karen Andrews, Michael Darling,
Michael Dumont, John Ellis, Anthony Frederico,
James McPherson, Paul Meda, Daniel Panfano,
James Tennyson, Druce White, Thomas Barton,
Edward Cloutier, Ernest Frederico, Brian
Ostensky, Paul Rocha, James Rudder, Robert
Goddard, Edward Martisius, Kerry McNamara,
Russell Molloy, Craig Newman, and Sean
The art and science of plumbing
orginated from man's struggle against
disease. He drank from springs and
streams and made no provision for
the disposal of waste. Consequently,
diseased killed many of his tribe. Thus
from the very beginning, the public
health has been at the foundation of
efforts to assure a pure water supply
and sanitary disposal of water born
With teamwork, skill, and ability, the last senior
plumbing class has been doing the many and
sometimes complicated jobs in and around the
school with care, quality and workmanship
under the guidence of a master plumber . . .
Thus saving the school department untold
amounts of money and grievance.
Students involved in plumbing are; Mike
Norton, Clifford Pladt, James Lee and Danny
Technical drawing is the principal
means of expressing ideas in a
technical world. It is a universal
graphic language that has its own
Drawing is the oldest form of written
expression. A word is an abstract
symbol representing an object or an
idea, but a drawing completely
describes that object or idea. No
object is so complicated that it cannot
be drawn. In fact if it cannot be
drawn first, it cannot be built.
In technical drawing, students learn to
communicate graphically using this
universally understood graphic
language- the language of industry.
Students involved in Technical Drawing are;
Dob Cooke. Rob Whyte, Kyle Begin, Ed Holmes,
John Adams, Jukka Honkaniemi, Mark
Wisniewski, Chris Pennacchio, Paul Lavalle,
Doug Carson, Jeff August, Sean McLaughlin,
Andy Mueller, Ann Pfischner, Susan Graver, Dob
Haddleton, Dob Hill, Jay Molloy, Paul Conlin,
Steve Marland, Sean Slattery, Pat Hughes, Ken
Kundert, Paul Russell, Peter Intrieri, Mark
Anderson, Ken Wagner, Michaela Fitzgerald,
Tom Mahoney, Jan Kannaly, Tiger Lang, Tim
Masterson, Jim Megna, Steve Simmer, Carl
Nobles, and Jeff Purdon.
Mark Rovendro, Paul Troiano, Cici Muir, Paul
Meyer, Dick Dourque, Wendy Paul, Steve
McLaughlin, Mike Little, Jennifer Jones, Mariann
Carmody, Jim Yall, Jim Doschen, Todd
Ettenhofer, Dill Cooke, Dave Dacheller, Darry
Miles, Dean Hughes, George Dutler, Dave
Axberg, Rich Anderson, Jeff Graveline, Lee
Drake, Kathy Johnson, Joe Cormier, Joe Homer
and Paul Dowes.
Dill Kannaly, Dave Johnson, John Grant, Mike
Parson, Jeff Deckers, Andy Intrieri, Chris Arnold,
Mike Domato, Mirian Dumas, Chris Durnard, Joe
Students in the sheet metal program
learn fabrication and installation of air
carrying systems for ventilation, air
conditioning, heating, and exhausting.
In addition, they explore many
welding techniques such as: brasing,
soldering, metal inert gas, and
tungsten inert gas welding.
Students involved in sheet metal are: Shawn
Flynn, Jeff Keilen, David Larkin, Jeffrey Larkin,
Timothy Manning, Wayne Morse, Daniel Nelson,
Timothy Davis, William Marshall, Steven
Mathews, Steven Narold, Frank Salkovitz, Josiah
Standing, Robert Anderson, Jason Deksha,
Shawn Chilli, James Davis, and Mathew Ross.
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Row 1: L. Barry, K. Usher, 5. Marcarelll, B. Dumas, T. Srracuzzi, L Kura, N. Damafo. Row 2r N. Gouthro,
D. Orlando, D. Carew, A. Flynn, W. Salisbury, J. Hayes, D. Vernon, Coach McEachern
Row 1; D. Packer, D. Dow, M. Wisniewski, D. Bodemer, B. Bredvik, J. Woodworfh, E. Dovey, D. Hiensohn, S.
Lee, R. Callahan (Manager) Row 2: M. Pitt, J. Beckers, R. Guillette, E. Flanagan, M. Mullen, C. Burnard, E.
Clarke, B. Bruneau, K. Healy, J. Grant, B. Robbins.
Row 1: R. Andrews, C. McClintock, G. Lewicki, T. Padula, S. Andrews, F. Graham, D. Paulson, L. Clontz, C. Operach, Row 2:
G. Baker, L. Haddleton, B. Charron, D. Sera, T. Awald, C. O'Connell, N. Hamilton, C. Jones G. Jones, M. Gillis, W. Arnhols,
Row 1: J. Sinjem, T. Cordoni, H. Harrop, A. Wisniewski, T. Slaney, J. Kannally, S. Simmer, J. Murray, R. Smith, T. Masterson,
P. Russell, P. Catatdo, M. Lynch, D. DriscoII, R. Nelson. Row 2: C. Arnold, J. Pitt, S. McLaughlin, M. Besaw, M. Little, J.
Homer, D. Kelley, P. Troiono, D. Latham, D. Bishop, K. Palso, M. Bullock, S. Matthews, €. Cook, K. SC Schaefer, Row 3; C.
Stonionis, M. Weir, R. Simmer, T. Odoardi, A. Intreri, J. Gianni, S. Walsh, 8. Miles, P. Bowes, L. Post, T. Heinz, P. Meyer, J.
Little, J. Houseworth, S. Zambesi. Row 4: M. Fegan, B. Redihan, A. Jones, G. Purdon, G. Kelly, B. Kannally, J. Barrett, 5.
Peliquin, B. Buja, T. King, J. Davis, T. Megna, B. MacDonald.
Row 1: D. Begin, B. Therioult, J. Adams, F. Gillis, M. Dix, S. McLaughlin. Row 2: Coach Cosenfino, B. Brooks, R. Hamilton, J.
Lukens, J. Cormier, M. Dynan.
Row 1; R. Leveroni, T. Long, J. Plympton, P. Hughes A. Meuller, L. Rausch, C. Nobles, J. Molloy, J.
George Row 2: M. Dittrich, J. Honkoneimi, D. Hughes, M. Zorbo, J. Parsons, M. Zollo, P. Russo, D. Blinco,
M. Tronti, Coach Russo
Row 1: B. Cooke, M. Saborini, K. Graham, K. Buckley, R. Plonte, J. You, J. Finley, M. Parsons. Row 2:
Coach Neste, P. J. O'Connor, K. Lepatoire, S. McEachern, D. Boynton,. Stonefield, J. Sfockwell, P.
Peterson, D. Roper
Varsity. Row 1: K. Lewis, S. Germaine, L. Pitt, H. Romsey, D. Myefte, J. Foley, K. Christiansen, J.
Rausch. Row 2: J. Sandberg, K. Pennachio, D. Benson, A. Carson, C. Pearson, S. Theriault, B. Slarfery
B. Rausch, Coach Czmesia.
Junior Varsity. Row 1: J. Slottery, J. Jones, J. Little, S. Tierney, J. Stoddard, R. Lousa, J. Larson. Row 2:
K. Fulkner, . Polos, S. Betfinger, K. Kuza, N. Krojewski, M. Mikhalik, D. Mayer.
Row 1: S. McLaughlin, R. Nugent, M. Corchidi, M. Bergeron, Copt. J. Peck, Copt. M. Kuza, M. Higgins, J. Ptympton.
Row 2: Coach Lombard, C. Cossette. D. Bishop, K. Kundert, T. Masterson, B. Weir, S. Andrews, M. Morrisette, P.
Led by captains Jon Peck and Mike Kuza, Kim Philip's 1983 Baseball Team won the Hockomock
League Championship with a record of 12-4. K.P.'s overall record was 16-4, the best record in K.P.
At the end of the season, the Baseball Team's record made if possible for them to participate, for the
fifth time, in the Eastern Massachusetts Baseball Tournament. K.P. defeated New Bedford Voke in the
last of the ninth by a 2-1 score in front of a huge home crowd. In the quarterfinals, K.P. was trailing 8-
3 with 1 out in the top of the ninth, and dramatically came from behind to defeat Fairhaven 9-8. K.P.
soundly defeated powerful Archbishop Williams of Hingam 13-2 in the semifinal round, but lost to
Stoughton in the final game 7-0.
At Theodore's Landing on June 29, the Baseball Team was honored with a championship banquet
sponsored by Englehard Industries of Plainville. At the banquet the team was presented the
Hockomock League Championship Trophy, The EMASS Southsectional Baseball Tourney Runners-Up
Plaque, and a Championship Baseball banner. Each member of the team received a championship
jacket awarded by the School Committee and a championship trophy awarded by the Sports Club.
Row it R. McCobe, E. Holmes, J. Adams, Capf. D. Begin, D. Weir, P. Lynch. Row 2: Copt. J. Plympfon,
J. Crowell, M. Wolpers, Capt. R. SmJfh, L Rausch, D. Bishop, D. Nason, Coach Jockmon,
Ro* i: M. Weir, L. Drake, M. Dynan, R. Bryant, J. Sfockwel!, D. Douffard, M. Tronti. Row 2: E. Clarke,
C. Burnard, R. O'Connell, R. Black, J. Lukens, K. Buckley, B. Hartford, Coach Engels.
Row 1: L Pefrosian, Capt, D. Hartford, Capf. Row 2: Asst. Coach E. Cosentino, C. Muir, S. Barry, L. Byron, Coach A. Kirshaw
Row 3: E. Kelly, M. Sprague, K. McDorgh, P. Fisher, S. Wisniewski
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Row 1: J. Delsignore, M. Sabatini, M. Dittrich, Capt. R. Leveroni, T. Long, D. Cooke, J. Molloy. Row 2: R.
Anderson, Cooch Tingley, J. Coll, S. Morlond, A. Connolly, R. Rose, R. Whyte, T. Curley, R. Molloy, P. Inrrierl, K.
Dockland, J. Aronofsky, B. MocDonold, M. Hobbs, Cooch Cronin, Coach Davieau.
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The annual Homecoming
Competition was a close
competition. The floats
reflected the hard work put in
by all participants, but the
Sophomores prevailed. The
winning float is pictured fa the
given 25 feet of string and 25
drinking straws. They were
instructed to construct
something that would enable
them to drop an egg 40 feet.
They were only allowed to
use the materials given to
them. Doug Carson was the
only member of the class that
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Spirit week gives each class
an opportunity to show off
their school spirit. The week
began with hat day, then
button day, costume day, tag
day,- and ending the week
was the traditional green and
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In December of last year, the
King Philip Drama Club
presented Frances Stewart's
Terror in the Suburbs under
the direction of Mr. Jim
D'Attilio. There were two
performances which were
reasonably well-attended and
Strong performances gave
continuity to the humourous
and somewhat complicated
plot. Most impressive was the
solid teamwork shown in the
skillful coordination of
entrances and exits and in the
smooth disposal of dead
bodies by means of the
ingenious set. An enjoyable
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The band has also been
awarded honors for best, drum
line, best color guard, best
drum major, and best music.
In the final competition they
placed ninth out of twenty-
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The King Philip Drama Club has had
another successful and enjoyable year.
Many new faces have contributed to
what has become a hard-working and
enthusiastic team, an artistic force to be
reckoned with, which has to be seen to
Math League 1963-1984— Top left: Michelle Achin, Paul Conlin, Donald Anderson, Edward Holmes, Cathy Conaty. 2nd row: Anita Carson, John
Grant, Tim Tomkinson, Jason Chandler, Joe Cormier, Chris Hayden, Mr. Lepere. Front row: Mary Marland, Sharelee Fields, Loren Grzenda, Wendy
Salisbury, Mark Dynan.
WHAT IS VICA?
The Vocational Industrial Clubs of America (VICA) is the national organization
serving trade, industrial, technical, and health students with leadership,
citizenship, and character development programs and activities. Members in high
school, trade, preperatory, and industrial cooperative programs hove their own
division and activities.
VICA emphasizes respect for the dignity of work, good workmanship, leadership,
and concern for others. Members also learn about democracy by practicing it in
the chapter situation.
VICA teaches how to live and work with others and relates school experiences to
a young person's personal search for meaning, identity, and achievement. In
VICA, students learn to understand their role and contribution in a highly technical
Through VICA, members serve others and work toward the solution to today's
problems in a responsible way. They prepare for a citizenship role through
leadership development activities, workshops, and conferences and develop their
job skills and personal abilities. VICA members learn to take advantage of the
opportunity of education and prepare for a vital contribution to community and
nation as well as a personally satisfying life role.
VICA was founded in 1965 as a non-profit, educational association. There are 49
state associations, plus Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and the District of Columbia.
Membership is over 300,000. VICA was established with the support of the
American Vocational Association, U.S. Office of Education, AFL-CIO, and Chamber
of Commerce of the United States.
Business: Tracy Allen, Lisa Armitage, Donna Carchio, Janet Greer, Johnna Hohnson, Stephanie Katz, Staci
Carpentry: Elizabeth Lynch, Brian Bula, Elaine Swenson.
Culinary Arts: Debbie Allsworth, Missy Beniot, William Golden, Kevin Nelson, Tracy Nelson, Tony Odoardi, Kris
Rietz, Stacy Slack.
Drafting: James Coffin, Michael DeMoria, Deanna Dwelley, Raymond Howard, Robert Maduskie, James
McCarthy, Charles Pearson, Thomas Rammel, Edward Venteroso, Steven White, Patrick Castro.
Electrical: Keith Buckley, Eric Burke, Harrold Harrop, Bob O'Connell, Paul Pierce, Tim Pothier, Debra Dunn, Cris
Coffin, April Hardy, Robert Kenerson, Steve Zambesi, Warren Cherry, Paul Morse, Mike Shaw, Mike Shea, Ed
Gorham, Jerry Kelly, David Chorlebois.
Health: Robin Andrews, Ann-Marie Gatie, Lisa Geloran, Melissa Hayes, Ann-Marie Higgins, Kirsten Hoist, Kim
Barton, Tracey Mills, Beth Parkinson, Denise Woodworth, Lisa Caparella.
Machine: Yvonne Allen, Edward Cloutier, Sean Howland, Kerry McNamara, Paul Meda, Russell Molloy, Craig
Newman, Daniel Pantano, George Tinker, Bruce White, Robert Goddard, Michael Darling.
Sheet Metal: Tim Davis, Frank Salovitz, Shawn Chilli.
Concert Band: Back Row, L. to R. Joe Tennyson, Bill Wenzel, Dick Bourgue, Bill Zerrien, Bob Haddleton, Jim Hoist, David linger, Robert Bruneau, Joe
Bruneau, John Houseworth. Center row: Cothy Conaty, David Ghioni, Erick Flanagan, Jeff Beckers, Glenn Eykel, Heather Strohl, Jacque Beckers, Kim
Arnhols, Lisa Armitage, Glen Marriett, Mr. Tileston. Front row: Theresa Desilets, Julie Houseworth, Mike Epstein, Joanne Bruneau, Donica Vernon,
Laurie Todd, Kathy Harcovitz, Kris Nichols. Missing: Kim Samufo, Anna Peters.
Band Council-Dock Row L. ro R.: Dovid Ghioni, Publicity and Yearbook Chairman; Joe Druneau, President; Dill Wenzel, Librarian; David Unger,
Secretary/Treasurer; Dob Haddleton. Drum Major. Front row: Kim Arnhols, Drum Major; Kris Nichols, Vice-President; Heather Sfrohl, Freshman
Representative. Missing: Stephanie Fearnley, Allison Doughner, Colorguard Captains.
Senior Closs Council-4th row: Helen Steponovitch, More Wolpers, Joon Edwords, Stephonie Kofz, Denise Myette, Kyle Stockweil, Barbara Paulson. 3rd
row: Sarah Andrews, Chris Hayden, Ed Holmes, Denise Woodworth, Fred Gillis, Jay Molloy, Fiona Graham, 2nd row: Sue Graves, Tara Fox, Donna
Hartford, Denise Kelly, Tammy Lefoll, Laura Pitt, 1st row: Leigh Panettiere, Ann Pfischner, Kim Barry, Karen Pomfret, Beth Paulson. In front: Rich
Junior Class Council-Back row: Laurel Clontz, Tina Crowley, Mike Zarba, Richie Anderson, Dean Hughes, Paul Bowes, Sandy Zimmer, Lisa Mullin.
middle row: Mrs. Dire, Karen Higgins, Kris McEachern, Cathy Peterson, Cindy Fisher, Brenda Linkous, Kathy Hazlett, Angela Dire, Mr. Webb, Front
row: Monice Odoordi, Jill Stoddard, Mark Dittrich, Diane Smith, Marianne Carmody, LeAnn Ryan, Cathy Lufty.
Freshmen Student Council: standing: Anne Leveroni. L. to R.: Tricio Troiono, Teresa Gallagher, Jill Raymond. Kristin Faulkner.
Sophomore Class Council: Back row, L. to R.: Beth Lindsay, Lisa Barry, Barbra Charron, Kristen O'Connel. Center row: Diane Carew, Wendy
Salisbury, Jen Hayes. Ed Henteroso. Front row: Michele Reid, Nick Tobichuk.
Student Council: Bock row, L. to R.: Trocie Smith, Tino Megno, Rebecca Raush, Thomas Curley, Kim Christenson, Barbra Charron, Stephanie Kotz.
Center row: Deborah Orlando, Karen Pennachio, Jill Stoddard, Jeanne Marcarelli, Denise Kelly, Yvonne Allen, Advisor, Miss Manteca. Front row:
Monice Odoardi, Denise Woodworfh, Paula Charron, Karen Pomfret, Barbara Paulson.
Executive Board: Barbara Paulson, Denise
Woodworfh, Monice Odoardi, Karen
Pomfret, Paula Chorron, President.
Student Advisory Council: Yvonne Allen, Paula
Charron, Debbie Orlando, Denise Woodworth,
Regional Advisory Council: Denise
Woodworth, Stephanie Katz.
Girls State— Fiona Graham, Joan Edwards, Susan Graves, Denise Myette,
Boys State-Ray Howard, Ed Holmes, Kyle Stockwell
TUTORS - Dock row L to R: Shorolee Fields, Leigh Ponettiere, Michelle Oppenheim, Jenny Rousch, Louro Byron, Jocque King. Front row L to R: Mory
Marlond, Kristin Lennon, Poulo Cossette, Lorin Schnorbus
KEY CLUD - Mr. Cormier, Shorolee Fields, Amy Dunn
TUTORS - L to R: Lorin Schnorubs, Mory Morlond, Shorolee Fields, Louro
Sachem - Bottom row L to R: Mark Doherty, Mory Loliberte, Michael Dube, Elizabeth Healy, middle row Julie Houseworth, Sharalee Field, Amy Dunn,
Susan Wirtz, Gina Pettis, Mrs. Alter, top row Krisfen Howard, Cheryl Nelson, Christine Hoggstrom Don Anderson, Christine Gallagher.
WKPH - Back row L to R: Helen Stepanovitch. Bridget Blinco. Front row L to R: Joan Edwards, Bob Haddleton, Kris Gallagher, Wendy Axworthy.
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Back row L to R: Kathy Lutfy, Chorlene Phelan, Kothy Johnson, Corinno Drown, Mark Doherty, Cheryl Nelson, Kim Merrill, Patrick Payron, Louro Pitt,
and Liz Bjorkmon. 3rd row L to R: Mrs. Nancy Tower-Advisor, Regina Pettis, Cathy Peterson, Susan Wirtz, Tara Fox, Jennifer King, Sarah Andrews,
Denise Myette, Kim Barry, Leigh Pannetiere, Donna Hartford, Cheryl MacDonald, Barbara Charron, and Mrs. Barbara Cronin-Advisor. 2nd row L to R:
Kristy Bazarre, Cindy Galvin, Sue Mayhew, Helen Stepanovitch, Donna Beaston, Wanda Skinner, Michaela Fitzgerald, Kyle Begin, Charlotte
Sundquist, and Stephanie Katz. Front row L to R: Kris Kinsman, Michele Bergeron, Karen Beaston, Denise Kelly, Beth Healy, Anne Lacey, Tracy
Budd, and Karen Brooks.
"Deadlines, deadlines, deadlines. We heard them all year
long. But at the end, when It's all done and we see the
finished product, we know that it was worth It. You can
remember your high school years by flipping open the
cover and looking, reading and laughing at yourself and
friends. So enjoy."
The Chieftain Staff
DECA: Distributive Education Clubs of
America. DECA's goal is the planning
of and preparation for future careers,
including advertising, merchandising,
and economics. Students actually
work with business leaders in the
field and with equipment and
materials used in industry. Their
purpose is to develop a respect for
education in marketing which will
contribute to the competitive
enterprise system. Members compete
and meet with students having
similar career goals in different areas
of marketing. King Philip DECA is one
of the best, having won many
awards, both at state and national
Seniors: Back row, L. to R.: William Chartrand, Kenneth Jefferson,- James Baker, Mark Doherty, Barry
Southern. Center row: Mr. Bob Guillemette, Sheri Patenoude, Sharon Johnson, Robert Welsh, Georgina
Lewicki, Front row: Mary Laliberte, Dawn Dadmun, Mark Fiorillo, Laura Bortolotto. Robert Serois.
Juniors: Ramona Johnson, Glen Marriett, Michael Clow, James Themisfokleous, Laurel Clontz, Majliss
Nilson, Marina Ferrand, Kristen Mayo, Gina Videto, Allison Boughner, Kathleen Molloy, Christine
Packer, Tracy Arena, Lisa Healey, John Houseworth, Stephanie Fearnley, Mrs. Alison Maxell, Nancy
Miner, Marsha Dorsey, Elizabeth Baker, Edward Higgins, Nancy Mackenzie, Karen Kenerson, Cynthia
Hurkett, Sherylene Bowes.
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Best wishes to the
doss of '64
Bird Machine Co., Inc.
South Walpole, Ma 02071
Best Wishes to you and
The Class of 1964
McCRACKEN'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE, INC.
107 SPRING STREET - WEST ROXBURY, MA 02132 • (617) 325-2200
As you follow along life's path,
may each day be filled with a bit
of happiness and success.
Good luck Seniors
RU. 140 WRENTNAM
j FREE MOTH PROOFING
• SAME DAY SERVICES
• LEATHER & SUEDES
DRYCLEANER FOR THE PARTICULAR
GEORGE J. MURRAY
GEORGE J. MURRAY REAL ESTATE
^Residential - Com m ercial
Cflppraisafs - Jltortgacjes
77 MAIN STREET
P.O. BOX 313
NORFOLK, MASS. 02056
OLD BISHOP'S LOUNGE
Rt. 1A Wrentham, Ma 02093
MORROCCO BROS., INC.
AUTO AND TRUCK PARTS
BOSTON - PROVIDENCE HIGHWAY
WRENTHAM, MASS. 02093
Area Code 617
Schofield II Hardware
North Attleboro 695-9044, Mansfield 339-5115,
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617 / 384-2001
POIRIER & WARE HEAT TREATING Co., Inc.
Quality & Service
ROGER E. POIRIER
P. O. BOX 372
WRFfJTHAM. MASS. 02093
EARL M. FlNELLl
115 UNION STREET
MILLIS, MA 02054
Good Luck Class of 84
£neakerJ n ' £tu$
10 MAIN ST.
FRANKLIN, MA 02038
Norfolk Food Mart
Rockwood Road, Norfolk, MA 02056
Good Luck To The Class
Good Luck '64 From the
Class of 36
The Class of 67 Wishes the Class of '64
Luck and success
Norfolk Pharmacy Prescription Center
6 Rockwood Road, Norfolk, MA 02056
Congratulations to the class of '84
Massasoit Rare Coins and
6 Central Street
Foxboror MA 543-7500
We buy and sell old coins, stomps, jewelry and
currency. We also deal in silver and gold
WALLVIEW AUTO BODY
INSURANCE ESTIMATES • COMPLETE BODY REPAIRING & PAINTING
79 POND STREET ROUTE 115
NORFOLK, MA 02056
Best wishes to the class of '84
Wrentham Insurance Agency 88 South Street,
Wrentham, MA 02093 384-2452
Best wishes to the class of '84 from
Benjamin W. Nason-Attomey at Law
52 South Street, Wrentham
Congratulations class of '84
Franklin Dental Associates, Inc.
397 EAST CENTRAL STREET
FRANKLIN, MASS 02038
43 Kendrick Street
P.O. Box 308
Wrentham, Mass. 02093
Cotoldo's Point and Hardware, Inc.
Wrentham Center, 384-2431
"A Hardware Store is Much More."
Open Doily Monday-Saturday 8:00 am-
Homer -Alden Company
10 Alden Drive, North Attleboro Ma 02760
Thomas W. DiPlacido
Wrentham Loam Co.
SCREENED LOAM GARDEN LOAM
WRENTHAM, MA 02093
56 South Street Wrentham Center
THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE
AND THE SUPERINTENDENT
OF SCHOOLS WISH EACH
MEMBER OF THE CLASS OF
1964 HEALTH, HAPPINESS
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Morcella Wylie, Chairman
Keith Grant Vice-chairman
John Barrett, Jr.
William J. Costa
Superintendent of Schools
Route I , fox bo
foxboro, Ma 02,035
Class of 1984
You hove so many gifts to offer
The world you live in
Your youth . . K M
Your ideas ......
At you give yourself to lifer
May it reward you
With success and every happiness
Gift and Cord Shop
78 South Street
cindy . . . may oil your special dreams come true
2 Rock wood Road
Complete Auto Repair
Moss Inspection #2819
King Philip Regional High School
D.E.C.A. AND V.I.C.A.
Wish Health and success
To The Graduating Seniors
TRUCK (StOp) 9*K.
ROAD SERVICE - Ti RE 5ERVK
TEXACO FUEL -REPAIR;
pRAPHIC 5CANM/NG ' f j|j/V SERVICE
OMDATA M ^fJSNlrl^ 'TIRES
cd4 Hour Service
Congratulations to the
! Class of 1934
J. Colella & Son, Inc.
Builder- Land Developer
PO Box 454
Franklin, Massachusetts 02038
Good Luck Class of '84
Delia Construction Corporation
Peter 5. Tsimortos
Wrentham, MA 02093
The Fixture People
8 HIGH ST., BOX 1775 PLAINVILLE, MA 02762
Good Luck, Closs of '64
Good Luck Class Of '64
Doro Sand & Stone Inc.
Washed Sand And Grave
Concrete For All Purposes
No. Attleboro, MA 02760
Specializing in the restoration of
antique<lassic and custom automobiles
258 Dedham Street
Norfolk MA 02056
Here's toyour health!
Class of 1984
BAILEY -ZAHNER BUILDERS. INC.
265 BENNETT STREET
WRENTHAM. MASS. 02093
So. New England's largest health
maintenance organization - 50,000
members and growing —
with health centers in
Plainville, Mass., 695-7778
Providence and Warwick, R.L
161 East Central Street
Franklin, MA 02038
CLASS OF 64
W.T. Holmes Transportation Co.
Norfolk, MA 02056
Class of 84
Mr. and Mrs.
The Wrentham Elementary P. T. O.
Best of luck to the doss of "84"
To myself I seem to hove been only
like o boy ploying on the sea-shore
ond diverting myself in now ond
then finding o smoother pebble, or
o prettier shell thon ordinary, whilst
The Great Ocean of Truth and Knowledge
lay all undiscovered before me-
Cynthia go and discover that great ocean.
The Galvin CompanyTRealtors m
76 South St., Wrenthom Center, MA 02093
384-7701 • 384-3387
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
19 West Street • Walpole • Massachusetts
Wrentham Health Spa
free babysitting, free tennis, aerobics,
nautilus, pool, sauna, weights, steamroom,
sunbooths, individual prog., full supervision,
cross country jogging trail, social activities
795 South Street
0/4 mi north of rte. 495)
Congratulations class of "64"
Featuring the finest in deli,
grocery, produce, dairy and
Open 8am to 9pm daily
667 South St. Wrentham
at Wampum Corner
Charles River Sports
'Your Nike Headquarters"
Congratulations Class Of "84"
78 South Street
Congratulations, Class of 1984
14kt. gold jewelry
Sterling Silver Jewelry
India Import Clothing
£a$A to Sanftci
Custom Canvas Totes
Franklin, MA 02038
The Junior class of "65" would like
to congratulate the Senior Class of "64'
Dr. Jeffrey L Morrill 480 West Central St. Franklin
Magic Shears Route iA, Wampum Center Wrentham
Country Corner Salon 555 West St. Wrentham
Dr. Edward Grant, Optometrist
Seafood Center Randall Road Wrentham
Bradford Motors, Inc. 650 South Street Wrentham
Sheldonville Variety West St. Wrentham
The Flower Connection 40 South Street Wrentham
Chipman & Cooke Certified Public Accountants
Joseph G. Penninni & James F. Kane DMD
Hair Studio I 206 Main St. Norfolk
D & E Plumbing & Heating 158 Main Street Norfolk
Good Luck Class Of "84" A + J Tool and Findings
The Front Runner Sport Shop 1072 Main St. Millis
Thomas P. Crane CPA 158 Main St. Norfolk
Norfolk Pharmacy Route 115, Norfolk
Plain ville Education Association
Keith and Sandra Grant
Dr. Vigarito 4 Taunton St., Plain ville
Smarty Pants 4 Taunton St., Plain ville
Strathmore Paper Company Westfield
Mug-n-Muffin 25 Main St., Franklin
Co-op Boutique 1063 West St., Wrentham
J. Walter Darling, Esq., Attorney at law
Norfolk Power Equipment 194 Main St., Norfolk
DiMonte's Family Restaurant Serving breakfast,
lunch, and dinner at affordable prices.
Robert £ Larkin, Attorney Main St., Norfolk
PARENT BOOSTER CLUB
Mr. ond Mrs. Robert Cooke
Russ and Irene Drown
Mr. ond Mrs. Eugene Beaston
Buster ond Louise Weir
Ed ond Undo Lewicki
Mr. ond Mrs. Jomes Murroy
Mr. ond Mrs. Andre Loliberte
Mr. ond Mrs. Chorles Podulo
Henry A Colletto
Mr. ond Mrs. Wolter Preston, Sr.
Ellis ond Johonno Hoyden
Don ond Sheilo Chorron
Mr. ond Mrs. Richord Moyhew
Mr. ond Mrs. Arthur Fox
Mr. ond Mrs. Rex Hoyes
John ond Ernestine Mc Crocken
Mr. ond Mrs. Fred Holmes
Mr. ond Mrs. Worborton
Jim ond Judy Hozlett
Fuzzy ond Polly Cordoni
Poul ond Audrey Corson
Mr. ond Mrs. Poul J. Druneou
Mr. ond Mrs. Donold Poyton
Mr. ond Mrs. Thomos Myette
Parent Booster Club
Mr. & Mrs. Fred L Pfischner
Mary £ Paulson
Mr. & Mrs. Ronald George
Mr. & Mrs. Walter H. Edwards
Joyce L Dazaire
Marge & Ray Lachance L
Mr. & Mrs. William B. Pitt Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Frederic Woodworth
Mr. & Mrs. Donald Barry
Mr. & Mrs. Allan Belcher
Mr. & Mrs. William C Marland, Jr.
Gregory & Dianne Guff
Mr. & Mrs. Bjorkman
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Fortier
Mr. & Mrs. Warren D. Plympton
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Purdon
Mr. & Mrs. Russell Stockwell
Mr. & Mrs. Rene' Bugnon
Mr. & Mrs. Philip Craig
Mr. & Mrs. William H. Oram
James & Jo Anne Simmer
Ed and Priscilla Baker
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Mrs. M. Raymond
Mrs. N. Tower
Rita and Paul Lacey
Lisa, Cathy, and Patty Sprague
from a friend
Timothy and Lynda Moore
Mark and Matthew Dittrich
Misty and Appallo Dunbar
Joan Turner Flannery
Louis and Pat Bergeron
Helen M. Pierce
Mrs. Judith Pantalion
Jack Gallagher - "Best wishes Kris; I'm proud of you!"
Steeves Family and Tony Ormsby
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Mr. Webb - Best wishes to the Class of '84
Mrs. Villiard - Good Luck To The Class Of '84
Wayne R. Simarrion
Mr. Lanciaux - "Donne chance a Tous!"
Robert Houde - "Best wishes to the Class of 1984''
Rick and Pat Blease
Mrs. Cyrulik - "Good luck to Tommy and Lynda"
Well, T.C., this is it! I'm going to miss you! - Love-n-luck
This is it, 1984! Good luck! - Mr. & Mrs. George Merrill
Mr 6- Mrs. William J. Fagan.
Miss C. Ryan
Mr. & Mrs. Voci
Mr 6- Mrs. LePere
Mrs. Cronin - "Good-bye Class of '84. I'l
Eleanor Reed Alter - "A banner year for yearbook. My twentieth
miss those sketches."
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
'Happiness is smiles everywhere you look.
Nicholas V. Andrews
Mrs. Helen Berry
"Luck and Love to Corinna," Dad and r
"Good luck Corinna!" Jim Hughes
Mrs. E. Tolly - "Good luck to the Class of '84!"
Mrs. Kamon - "Be not merely good but good for something
Donna B. - "Good luck Cheryl M. and Doreen!"
Karen - "Good luck Donna!"
Mr. Poulos - "Farewell"
Mrs. K. McDonald - "The farther you reach, the further you will go!"
Mrs. Ryan - "Good luck to the Class of 1984!"
Mr. & Mrs. Geib
Miss Resca - "Graduates shoot for your dreams!"
Mr. Brennan - "Stop running around like a chicken with its head chopped
Sal and Anna Frumara
M.G. Sumner-Happy skiing on the trails of life
"Knowledge is a treasure, but practice is the key to it
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
Beverly H. Maxfield
Yvonne D. Goltz
Good Luck Aunt Sue! Love Debbie, Ken, And Elizabeth
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Chartrond "Good Luck Dill & Sue"
Mr. & Mrs. George Fuller 'Good Luck Class of '84'y
Harold, Audrey, Doli and Mark Good Luck Susie
Mr. J. Shoares
Dave, Julie, Jennifer Smith
Mr. & Mrs. Dudd
S.B. I just wanted to say thanks for being there, 3,000 miles away. I hope your dream
comes true! Good Luck, 4 eva love, Reese
Tones, Good luck always! love you, Cath
Danny Chris, I'll love ya forever babe!
Dill, take care, love ya, etc. . . . Do
Jeni, keep laughing! 367-5309 Zelda
Good luck to all you guys! Wanda
Tush tuna crsserole zucchini canoe boston toot!
Dan, good luck always! Dill, Sue, & Deb Skinner
Punk in, I'll always be near no matter how far away you are! love ya, me
SONG: 1 PYT
2. Running with the Devil
3. Young Man Blues
GROUP: 1 Van Helen
2. Led Zeppelin
3. Def Leppard
ACTOR: Clint Eastwood
ACTRESS: Heather Thomas
CAR: Mustang, Corvette
TEACHER: Mr. Lazzara
CLASS/SUBJECT: Tech. Drawing
PARTY SPOT: The Pits
FAVORITE PARTY: 1. Adams'
CONCERT: Van Halen
MOVIE: Animal House
DRINK: Vodka and Lemonade, Budweiser
GUM: Freshen up, Gator gum. Juicy Fruit
SCHOOL LUNCH: Country fried steak. Pizza
SOAP OPERA: Days of our Lives
All My Children
T.V SHOW: Cheers
CARTOON: Bugs Bunny, Deputy Dog, Thundar the Barbarian
MALE SINGER: Michael Jackson
David Lee Roth
FEMALE SINGER: Pat Benatar
Oliva Newton John
ANNE (FIUMARA) BOULANGER TELLS ABOUT THE FIRST YEARBOOK.
(BY ANNE LACEY)
Before 1957 there wasn't any King Philip
Regional High School. The students from
Wrentham, Norfolk and Plainville went to
different high schools in their own towns. 1957
was the first year students from all three towns
would go to school together. Anne (Fiumara)
Doulanger, a member of the class of '58 tells
the story of how the yearbook got it's name
and the way it was run back then.
Anne Fiumara's senior year at King Philip was
quite an adjustment from a small Wrentham
High School. The students started school late in
October, because the school wasn't finished in
During their Junior year, students from the three
towns met weekly to choose the school colors,
school rings, and selected a yearbook
committee. The as staff worked hard and quick
selling ads. The Seniors had to work together
compiling a sufficient yearbook in a short time.
With a lot of cooperation, they managed to
present their first yearbook. The yearbook was
financed from the class treasuries of the three
towns, that they had saved over the past four
years, and from ad sales. In additional to the
usual faculty, seniors, and activities, there were
three separate histories, from each town came
a prophesy, will, baby pictures, etc The
book was dedicated to the "Parents of All
After the yearbook was completed, there was
still the problem of not having a name for the
book. So, a "yearbook name" suggestion box
was placed in the lobby of the school. Anne
thought about a name for a few days. She
believed an Indian name was
appropriate— and that year a car manufacturer
had a "Chieftain" model. She used that name
for her suggestion. Her suggestion was
accepted by the yearbook staff. The
"Chieftain" was named in the Fall of 1957 and
the name has continued ever since.
After graduating from King Philip in 1958, Anne
(Fiumara) Doulanger used her business courses
in an office job. She was married in 1959 and
how has a son, 21, and a daughter, 14, She still
uses her office skills in helping her husband run
Best Wishes, Class Of '84
PIONEER ENGINE CO.
g&lanc tlealty Co.
owned & operated by Raymond Realty, Inc.
Serving Wrentham, Norfolk, Plainville, Franklin,
and Surrounding Communitites
COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE
Multiple Listing Service
Home Warranty Program
155 South Street • Wrentham, Massachusetts 02093 • Telephone: 384-8156
'd like to take the time to thank the entire ye
were excellent advisors even though it was th<
oking back at our high school years could tend to be upsetting, but to look back at the
> different. Y|jjto|gjri laugh, cry, and §ptiember yi fhtt Hm^ffi |rM*SP< with friends.
. .y special thanks go out to my co-editor K. D. and again Mrs. Tower and Mrs. Cronin.
Good Luck to he class of '84!